One of the pleasures of Rome is seeing a performance in one of the city's stunning venues, ancient or modern. This is the city where you might experience classical opera performed in the 3rd-century-AD Terme di Caracalla, or enjoy an experimental dance show in the postindustrial detergent factory Teatro India, or see a contemporary performance at the Renzo Piano–designed Auditorium Parco della Musica.

In summertime, most of the performing arts events move outdoors–-any public space is fair game. Keep an eye on the Estate Romana to find out what's happening in Rome on any night of the week. There is enough entertainment in Rome to take your breath away, in any season and in any location.

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  • 1. Teatro Argentina

    Campo de' Fiori

    A gorgeous 18th-century theater, the Teatro Argentina evokes glamour and sophistication with its velvet upholstery, large crystal chandeliers, and beautifully dressed theatergoers, who come to...Read More

  • 2. English Theatre of Rome

    Piazza Navona

    The oldest English-language theater group in town, English Theatre of Rome has a repertoire of original and celebrated plays. Performances are usually held at Teatro...Read More

  • 3. Silvano Toti Globe Theatre

    Villa Borghese | Theater

    This oak-and-thatch theater is a replica of the Elizabethan landmark in London. It stages Shakespeare in the middle of Villa Borghese, occasionally...Read More

  • 4. Teatro India


    Teatro India occupies a former soap factory, showcasing the best in contemporary theater from local and visiting artists. Most shows are in Italian, but they...Read More

  • 5. Teatro Olimpico


    Part of Rome's theater circuit, the 1930s-era Teatro Olimpico is one of the main venues for cabaret, contemporary dance companies, visiting international ballet companies, and...Read More

  • 6. Miracle Players


    Looking for a bit of English humor? With an obvious penchant for Monty Python, the Miracle Players are Rome's most vocal English-language comedy troupe performing...Read More

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