Teatro Valle Occupato
Rossini’s Cenerentola made it debut in Rome’s Teatro Valle; so did the first modern performance of Stefano Landi’s seventeenth-century oratorio Saint Alexis. When the City of Rome decided to sell off the eighteenth-century horseshoe theatre a group of outraged (and talented) citizens took it over as squatters. Thanks to them, the Teatro Valle Occupato presents a full program of theatre and music, and is open every day for tours.
For more information, please visit teatrovalleoccupato.it.
Via del Teatro Valle, 21,