Teatro La Fenice

Calle Fenice, Venezia

Main Opera House in Venice, twice destroyed and rebuilt, was the site of important opera seasons, symphony and International Festival of Contemporary Music....


Teatro Argentina

Via di Torre Argentina, Roma

Argentina Theatre, one of the oldest theaters in the city, was inaugurated in 1732 with the production of the opera "Berenice" by Domenico Sarro. In 1730 the Sforza...


Teatro Massimo

Piazza Verdi, 455, Palermo

The Massimum Theater of Palermo is the largest opera theater building in Italy and one of the largest in Europe: reception rooms, halls, galleries and monumental...


Teatro San Carlo

Via San Carlo, 2, Napoli

The Real Teatro di San Carlo (Royal Theatre of Saint Charles), its original name under the Bourbon monarchy but known today as simply the Teatro di San Carlo, is...


Teatro Carlo Felice

Galleria Giuseppe Siri, Genova

Carlo Felice is the main Theater of Genoa, one of the most famous in Italy. They are held in the season of opera and ballet and symphonic season, as well as recitals...


Teatro Amintore Galli (ex Vittorio Emanuele II)

Piazza Cavour, Rimini

The need to provide the city with a public theater was strongly felt in Rimini since the seventeenth century. In 1681, in fact, it decided to build a permanent...


Teatro alla Scala

Via Filodrammatici, Milano

The Theater is named after the Church of St. Mary of the Stairs, demolished in the eighteenth century to build the "New Regio Ducal Theatre alla Scala", opened in...


Teatro Ariston

Corso Giacomo Matteotti, 221, Sanremo, (Imperia)

The Ariston Theatre is one of the most famous Italian movie theater. The building, majestic and futuristic at the time, was completed in 1963. Its fame is linked to...


Teatro Comunale

Piazza del Teatro, Pietrasanta, (Lucca)

The Pietrasanta Theatre dates back to 1652, built on the area occupied by two salt warehouses. In 1779, the Academy of Aerostatic decided to build a theater that suit...


Teatro Turreno

Piazza Danti, 13, Perugia

Made between 1890 and 1891 and designed by architect Alessandro Arienti, on the place where in 1879 already had been built first wooden amphitheater, it saw the...


Teatro Petruzzelli

Corso Cavour, 12, Bari

Petruzzelli Theatre, owned by Messeni Nemagna family, is the highest cultural center of the city, the fourth Italian Theater in size and the largest private Theater...


Teatrino delle sei

Piazza della Signoria, Spoleto, (Perugia)

It takes its name from the time at which they began the shows of the first editions of the "Festival of Two Worlds". It overlooks the scenic Signoria Square and...