Karl-Heinz Drescher (1936–2011) was a graphic designer who worked for almost 40 years at the world famous Berliner Ensemble theater of Bertolt Brecht. His catalog of works today comprises over 400 posters, about a third of which are printed by letterpress.
This originally came from having to work with what was at hand in the type shop, though it is a habit Drescher kept even when using photographic enlargements of typefaces not available in the desired sizes. This may be the case here for the title at the top: the blackletter type (Fette Mainzer Fraktur) and the line in Futura Bold may have been copied and blown up from samples found in type catalogues.
[Many thanks to the ever-reliable Dan Reynolds for helping me to identify Fette Mainzer Fraktur.]