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Verona is the Italian city known all around the world for the story of the star cross’d lovers: ROMEO AND JULIET.At the same time Verona is home to one of the world largest roman amphitheatres, the ARENA, which presents a lyrical summer opera season...more
This show brings you in different spots in the city where the actors make you go through the most known and key scenes of the tragedy of Shakespeare in a very modern way with a touch of humor when appropriate. You are never bored!
One of the most entertaining evenings I have spent any where. I am sure William Shakespeare would approve of this incredibly innovative performance of Romeo e Giulietta, beginning in the courtyard under the famous balcony of Giulietta's house the performance moves to various locations keeping...More
A relaxed, fun, interactive mix of pantomime, street theatre and classic Shakespeare. A small, talented band of performers created a very entertaining atmosphere as they retold the story of Romeo and Juliet (Guilietta) with lots of audience participation, laughs and action. The night began with...More
Booked this for my wife and didn't expect much but it was only €20 each so not much to loose. It starts off in the court yard and you get a free drink beforehand then there are 2 narrators one English one Italian they get...More
The play takes about 90 minutes and you move between 5 different locations around the centre of Verona. You start in the courtyard of Juliette at around 8:30. The final scene finishes back inside the theatre. Don't be too close to the front of the...More
This traveling Romeo and Juliet Journey was wonderful, starting at the Balcony and traveling through the city for a finale at the Theater.... such a wonderful story line. This might have been a special treat for our group, whatever the case....it was a great story...More
The quality of the performance was not worth €29/person. It was a neat experience to see Romeo & Juliet in the courtyard at this location with a mix of theater drama and opera. I could have done without the dancer. The female opera singer was...More
As a fan of old opera's, I had to visit one when in Italy. Bumped into this Romeo and Juliet flyer at the hotel and gave it a go. 25 euro per ticket and had no clue what to expect.
When we arrived, we found...More