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Teatri dell'Umbria

Umbria Theatres

Umbria Theatres

List of the major theaters of Umbria with information on the history of theaters, places, times and contact information.

  1. Lyrick Theater

    Assisi (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Lyrick Theatre in Santa Maria degli Angeli (Assisi) is a one of the most modern and functional theatres in Italy which has an "amphitheatre? hall
  2. Secci Theatre

    Terni
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Secci Theatre is located in the former Ex Siri, and belongs to the complex CAOS (Centro Arti Opificio Siri), the theater is named to Sergio Secci a boy of Terni died after injuries...
  3. Municipal Theatre of Todi

    Todi (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Municipal Theater of Todi was designed by architect Charles Gatteschi and inauguratedin 1876 with the work of Giuseppe Verdi's "Un Ballo in Maschera." The Theatre to its interior...
  4. Municipal Theatre of Narni

    Narni (TR)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Municipal Theater of Narni is an example of nineteenth-century theater builtnear a building, in this case the thirteenth-century Palazzo del Podesta, in Europeand worldwide. Recently...
  5. Municipal Theatre of Gubbio

    Gubbio (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The design of the City Theatre of Gubbio (formerly della Fama or Condominiale), inaugurated in 1738, was given to Maurizio Mattioli Lottici and John of Parma, and later in 1846 the...
  6. Caio Melisso Theatre

    Spoleto (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Noble Theatre of Spoleto was built in 1600 with a wooden structure wascompletely renovated and enlarged in 1800 (now has 300 seats) and  named Teatro Caio Melisso in honor of the...
  7. Experimental opera theatre A. Belli

    Spoleto (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    In 1947 the musicologist Adriano Belli founded the Spoleto Opera Theatre with the aim of promoting the profession of opera for young people with skills and opera lovers. This is...
  8. Morlacchi Theatre

    Perugia
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Morlacchi Theatre built on an old convent from 1777 by architect from PerugiaAlessio Lorenzini, with 27 stages for each of the 5 orders. In 1781 the theater wasinaugurated with...
  9. Lyrick Theatre

    Assisi (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Lyrick Theatre in Santa Maria degli Angeli (Assisi), opened in 2000, is amodern structure with a capacity of 1000 spectators, used not only for theater but also to...
  10. Theatre of Concordia

    Monte Castello di Vibio (PG)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Concordia Theatre in Monte Castello di Vibio is known as the smallest theaterin the world (99 total seats divided between stage and audience), built between the late 1700...
  11. Mancinelli Theatre

    Orvieto (TR)
    Typology: Teatri 
    A few steps from the Orvieto Cathedral, the Teatro Mancinelli, reopened to the public only in 1993 after a long restoration, is one of the finest...
  12. Amelia theater

    Amelia (TR)
    Typology: Teatri 
    The Teatro Sociale di Amelia (Rosita Bassini) represents one of the most important cultural centers of the town. At the time of its construction, around the end of 700, we felt the need to create a...
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