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Kaunas State Musical Theatre
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If you're looking for a place to have a good time, it's Kaunas State Musical Theatre. You'll enjoy... read more

Reviewed 20 October 2016
Egluze2014
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Kaunas, Lithuania
Just spot of Lithuanian music culture

If you are simple music lover and like some old decorated places, it for you. You will hear some... read more

Reviewed 26 July 2016
Taikus
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Kaunas, Lithuania
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Reviewed 20 October 2016

If you're looking for a place to have a good time, it's Kaunas State Musical Theatre. You'll enjoy every minute spent there watching a musical or an operete. Professional staff, wonderful music and cosy environment will make your evening unforgetable. Especially if you're lucky to get tickets to "Aida", "Grafas Montekristas" or "Karmen". Take your chance and you'll never be sorry.

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Reviewed 26 July 2016

If you are simple music lover and like some old decorated places, it for you. You will hear some not sophisticated music and will see some older architecture of Kaunas. Why not to go for some different experience?

Thank Taikus
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Reviewed 18 July 2016

This beautiful building was almost directly across the street from our Hotel on Laisves aleja. We saw it behind the trees, and walked over to check it out. It is now closed for the summer, and will be re-opening October 7 with the operetta "The Bells of Cornville" by French composer Jean Robert Planquette.

In 1891, Renaissance Revival architecture was chosen as the style for the building, which was built further back from the street behind the "City Garden" square/ urban park. Originally built to hold 500 seats, when it was later modernized, the seat count went up to 763. The first play was staged here in 1892. Since then, it has gone through many restorations and reconstructions.

There are about half a dozen bronze busts, on columns, of well known Lithuanian composers standing in the vicinity of this building. Both this structure, and the park in front of it create a lovely combination.

5  Thank NYU62
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Reviewed 17 August 2016 via mobile
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