So happy to have discovered this theater! Came here for the La Traviata show since the Rome Opera House was not yet open. Intimate venue with stellar performances, very fine orchestra, and excellent sound quality. General admission seating gives you a range of seating options with good views of the stage since the theater is so small. One of the best parts of the evening was "intermission pasta", where theater goers lined up for a free buffet pasta offering. We met many fellow travelers just by laughing and taking pictures of our intermission pasta together! A wine and cocktail bar is also on hand & you can take your drinks to your seats. Highly recommend this as a Rome attraction; I'm not a big opera fan ordinarily but this theater is a unique find & well worth the visit to support them (even if you don't stay for the whole show go for intermission pasta!).
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