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  • The Teatro Stabile del Veneto “Carlo Goldoni” was created in 1992 and is now presided over by Angelo Tabaro. 

    Since the foundation, the theater has managed the venues of the Goldoni Theater of Venice and the Verdi Theater of Padua. The theater seasons of Goldoni and Verdi theaters usually start at the beginning of November and end between April and May.

    During the years, well-known European directors such as Benno Besson, Lluis Pasqual, Pierluigi Pizzi, Jacques Lassalle, Gianfranco De Bosio, Maurizio Scaparro could set their productions at the Stabile and famous actors like Marcello Mastroianni, Giulio Bosetti, Ugo Pagliai and Paola Gassman, Lello Arena, Eros Pagni, Lina Sastri had the possibility to play as main characters. Furthermore, new young talents (e.g. Sergio Romano, Gaia Aprea, Max Malatesta) could express and state their skills in our productions. The most recurring productions are Goldoni’s plays and theatrical plays of ‘600 and ‘700 but also the contemporary drama (Bordon, Puppa, Manfridi, Groppali) is not excluded; when the Olimpico Theater was a part of the management board, the repertory included ancient drama which was recently integrated with the Venetian drama of the last century.

    The performances of the Teatro Stabile del Veneto are usually relevant in the theatrical national panorama: since 2002 important tours abroad were organized with stops in significant locations such as Berlin, Paris, Lisbon, Moscow, Hamburg, Barcelona and Madrid.

    The Goldoni Theater is the oldest and still existing theater in Venice, as well as the fourth most ancient one throughout the city (after the Michiel Theater, the Tron Theater -1581- and the San Moisé Theater -1613).

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