Anecdotes and curiosities
The TAM was the first theatre in Italy to be equipped with an individual multi language system of libretto-display for translating operas.
Not to lost
The 2010/2011 programme of the Arcimboldi theatre opens with Bharati, a vibrant and flamboyant Indian musical; for contemporary dance that reinvents tradition there is a version of Swan Lake by Matthew Bourne; on the Italian front I Promessi Sposi by Alessandro Manzoni and La Divina Commedia by Dante Alighieri are the inspiration and driving force behind two very ambitious projects.
A heterogeneous playbill that includes the most classic pas de deux produced by the classic ballet company Cosi-Stefanescu, the unforgettable songs of Queen, sound track of the new We Will Rock You and the most classic of all the Italian musical comedies, Aggiungi un posto a tavola (Set another place at the table).
For comic entertainment once again the traditional appointment with Zelig will be shown from January to March 2011; but there will also be time to savour the witty comedy of Teo Teocoli, Giorgio Panariello and Corrado Guzzanti. The stage curtain rises to stars from the Italian and international musical panorama, amongst others we will see Sting, Malika Ayane, Anna Oxa, Dalla and De Gregori, Gianluca Grignani and Pino Daniele.
To close the season the Orchestra I Pomeriggi Musicali will produce a brief symphonic programme with five concerts dedicated to Romanticism.
The theatre is accessible for disabled users.
Metropolitana M1 ( Precotto stop)
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Bus route 40