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A little run down but very cozy

I couldn't leave Italy without seeing a production of Puccini. I found tickets for Madame Butterfly... read more

Reviewed 20 July 2012
San Diego, California
Very different opera type in teatro Flaiano

I must tell that it's not the classic opera performance for those who are looking for that. It's... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2011
Baku, Azerbaijan
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19 Jul 2012
“A little run down but very cozy”
31 May 2011
“Very different opera type in teatro Flaiano”
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Reviewed 20 July 2012

I couldn't leave Italy without seeing a production of Puccini. I found tickets for Madame Butterfly through Classictic.com and was very pleased with their service. The theatre is a little run down but it's very cozy and the staff were friendly. It's small size and...More

1  Thank Tobersy
Reviewed 31 May 2011

I must tell that it's not the classic opera performance for those who are looking for that. It's small theatre which performs operas in short versions on the stage without decorations, but with projection of necessary images and small quartett instead of orchestra. If it's...More

1  Thank Pazza7
Reviewed 4 February 2011

I loved the version of Tosca in this theatre. Especially the beautiful images projected on stage what have told in sublime way the places where the Tosca' drama developed. It was the first time that I listened a opera performed with the synthesizers , but...More

1  Thank marshallee
Reviewed 7 February 2010

An enchanting concert of opera arias with great singers. A very original event, with a set of very exciting images. I gone with a small group of friends and we have been amazed. The theater is very pleasant and romantic.

2  Thank joegreenwitch
Reviewed 8 November 2009

To the Theater Flaiano I have seen a Tosca very special. The day later I have visited Castel Sant'Angelo, Sant'Andrea della Valle with great emotion. Thanks for your helpTripadvisor!

2  Thank franzi096
Reviewed 12 October 2009

Saturday I and my italian husband (for our second anniversary) have seen Tosca. With an easy booking ( by mail) a gift-discount and a very friendly reception the event was been perfect. Inside the Theatre a cosy bar café with for the aperitif ( we...More

2  Thank juliekatflorence
Reviewed 1 July 2009

Who said that there is a sphere of intangibility, a regal aura that protect specific spaces of art? Piccola Lirica demonstrate the exact contrary, and, facing rigors and conventions, in the Flaiano Theatre, reveal to the public that an approach to the high spheres is...More

Thank roncoe
Reviewed 2 April 2009

I have been in Rome in March and my friends have invited me to see the Tosca to the Theater Flaiano. With my group we have visited before the places where the history is developed with a good guide (Castel Sant'Angelo, Sant'Andrea della Valle... impossible...More

1  Thank shecor
Reviewed 31 March 2009

We have already ordered 4 letters for Tosca on March, 27th 2009 when we found these reviews, some of them very bad. We started to think that we had been cheated, but NO! The Teatro Flaiano was hard to find, and it was small -...More

1  Thank Mona S
Reviewed 7 December 2008

Before publishing these type of judgments it would have to verify. Behind every show there is the job of much people that go respected. I have seen Madame Butterfly and Tosca: the theatre was full of people and the shows are beautiful. They are not...More

4  Thank cardaniel
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galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighbourhood
museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the
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