11 results, sorted alphabetically
This open-air amphitheatre was built in the 17th century. It specialises in Greek and Latin theatre and 18th-century Venetian comedy.
Passeggiata del Gianicolo
Since September 2004, the elegant 18th-century Villa Corsini inside the Villa Pamphili park has been a centre for drama and drama-making, with a stage,...
Rome's Elizabethan theatre, a wooden O, can hold 1,250 people, including 420 standing in the stalls. Under the direction of popular actor Gigi Proietti, it...
Largo Aqua Felix
Rome's plush flagship theatre has a wide-ranging programme, including some dance and poetry.
Largo Argentina 52
This converted industrial space, with three stages, is used for more experimental offerings.
Lungotevere Papareschi/via L Pierantoni 6
A tacky, over-heated theatre with decent acoustics and a lot of red velvet.
Via Sistina 9
This beautiful 1920s theatre - furnished with brightly coloured chairs - offers a fascinating mix of electronic-music acts, cutting-edge theatre and art...
Piazza Bartolomeo Romano 8
Dance, Music, Theatre
This superbly preserved Roman theatre fills the summer with prestigious productions of Roman and Greek classics, plus concerts and ballets. The seats are...
Scavi di Ostia Antica
The city's latest theatrical initiative has found space in the eastern suburbs, as part of the mayor's thrust to bring culture to peripheral areas. It's a...
Via Bruno Cirino/viale Duilio Cambellotti
This beautiful little chocolate-box of a theatre hosts an interesting range of performances plus the occasional concert or ballet. A gem.
Via del Teatro Valle 23A
Presents decent experimental theatre and dance productions, plus conferences and workshops.
Via G Carini 72