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Teatro Filippo Marchetti

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Silviu D wrote a review Jan 2017
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Excelent place for culture.... classic and nice.Its one famous atraction in Camerino (Marche ,Italia) .I recomand this place.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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yvonne T wrote a review Jun 2016
London, United Kingdom51 contributions24 helpful votes
This theatre is built over ancient ruins which were uncovered and preserved just as they were found. A guide is available to explain the history of this theatre and the wonderful painting which surround the walls and ceiling. Look for the clock which is suspended over the stage.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Benson149 wrote a review Sep 2014
Rome, Italy101 contributions58 helpful votes
I have been fortunate enough to direct several plays at this splendid theatre in Camerino. The experience has been on of the great enjoyments of my life. A traditional horseshoe theatre, the present building was originally completed in the 1850s replacing an earlier wooden theatre that had been built in 1728. The present auditorium has a beautifully painted ceiling with paintings by Francesco Ferranti of scenes from Filippo Marchetti's masterpiece "Ruy Blas". In the 1980s, there was undertaken considerable restoration, especially of the stage area. Its reopening was delayed because, beneath the stage, were found old Roman foundations. One of the interesting featuresis that the decorative designs around the auditorium were made not, as at first they appear, of stucco but of papier-mâché because it better carries the sound. I love this theatre and it is, of course, seen at its best when there is a performance. However, for much of the year, it is open on Saturdays and Sundays when a well-informed guide shows visitors around. It really is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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verwoord wrote a review Jun 2013
amsterdam area, the netherlands21 contributions16 helpful votes
In this beautiful theatre we have enjoyed a wonderful performance of two musicians, one playinf the bandoneon and the other 'batteria e percussioni '
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Date of experience: June 2013
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