(ANSA) – BOLOGNA, 02 DEC – The network of historical theaters in Emilia-Romagna, about 115 those surveyed, represent a consistent artistic and cultural heritage unique in Italy: thanks to Teatri Aperti, from 4 to 8 December, some of those located in the territories of the provinces of Piacenza, Parma and Reggio Emilia, open on an extraordinary basis to the public for special visits organized by Visit Emilia. A special opportunity to experience what lies behind the curtain and beyond the scenes of sixteen Emilian theaters, scenography by masters of art and music such as Giuseppe Verdi, but also places of artistic and architectural beauty and intriguing events.
In Piacentino you will be able to enjoy the beauty of the Municipal Theater of the capital, which Stendhal called “the most beautiful theater in Italy”, while a little further on there is the splendid little theater inside the Vigoleno Castle, probably among the smallest to the world, commissioned by Princess Maria Ruspoli Gramont. In Parma you can visit both the Teatro Regio, a temple of opera whose gallery still inspires fear to many singers, and the seventeenth-century Farnese theater, built entirely of wood and located inside the Pilotta complex. Between Piacenza and Parma, in Busseto you can admire the Verdi Theater, also inside a historic building, the municipal one. In the province of Reggio, the capital opens the doors of the Teatro Valli, inaugurated in 1857, with its portico dominated by fourteen statues, it has a grandiose stage on which an 1815 Montesanti organ is installed.
Then there are the Ruggeri di Guastalla Theater, one of the ten oldest in Italy, built in 1671 on a project by Antonio Vasconi by order of Ferrante III, Duke of Guastalla, and the Teatro Sociale Danilo Donati di Luzzara, named after the costume designer and set designer of Luzzarese origin, winner of the Academy Award. (HANDLE).
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