Historical Theaters

Let the show begin.

And it begins with the Amintore Galli Theater in Rimini, a great work by the architect Luigi Poletti from Modena; inaugurated by Giuseppe Verdi in 1857, it was restored and returned to its former glory in 2018.

The show continues with the Vittoria Theater in Pennabilli which houses the current foyer furnished by the poet and screenwriter Tonino Guerra, with the Angelo Mariani Theater and Museum in Sant'Agata Feltria, restored to its former glory in 2002, ending with the Massari Municipal Theater, which presumably dates back to the 17th century, which was originally the Oratory of the Confraternity of the Rosary.

Enjoy the show!