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Teatro della Concordia: the Smallest Theater in the world

Realized by Serena Brenci Pallotta for Società del Teatro della Concordia A.p.s., music by Jason Shaw “Solo acoustic guitar” <div xmlns:cc="http://creativecommons.org/ns#" xmlns:dct="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" about="http://freemusicarchive.org/musi

Serena Brenci Pallotta

on 10 November 2016

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Transcript of Teatro della Concordia: the Smallest Theater in the world

With only 99 seats, shared between its boxes and stalls, it was finished in 1808, under the Napoleonic occupation, and was initiated by nine local families.

In the second half of the 19th century it was decorated by Cesare Agretti and in 1892 by his son Luigi, only 14 at the time, who painted the ceiling and the vaults, the boxes and the meeting room.

Teatro della Concordia:
the Smallest Theater in the world

After its construction Monte Castello di Vibio became a capital of a large territory and enjoyed a particularly vibrant period thanks to the ideals of brotherhood and equality introduced by the new French administration.
The original building has been restored several times.

It is the faithful and successful reproduction in miniature of the great Italian and European theaters, with:

*the bell-shaped or "Italian"
(also called Goldoni),
*the entire realization of wood,
*the typical proscenium,
*the fresco decorations that affect the
entire exposed surface including the
*the presence of the frescoed foyer,
*the coffee theater,
*the dressing rooms,
*the trellis,
*the meeting hall,
*the elegant main staircase outside,
*the lobby and the ticket office,
*the stairway leading to the two tiers of
*boxes and a secondary staircase.

…your business events...

For your performances…
…and your civil marriages!


The latest works, after a period of neglect during the 50’s and 60’s, were finished at the beginning of the 90’s.
From 1993 the Smallest Theater is managed by Teatro della Concordia Society (APS), which takes care its promotion, development and management.
The interior of the theatre is made entirely out of wood in the “Goldoniano” style and represents a rare example of its kind, offering a harmonious and well thought out use of space for scenery, for the actors and the audience.


the Smallest Theater in the world?
The Teatro della Concordia shows all the elements of a bell-shaped theater, each one of them in the smallest size existent.

it is an atypical location

the Foyer
the Parterre
there is the possibility to visit
the Smallest Theater as it was
a museum…

and of course:
Inside the heart-shaped village…
Monte Castello di Vibio

belonging to the circuit
In the green heart of Italy: UMBRIA
The “Welcome Service" by Staff of the Teatro della Concordia Society will introduce you to the theater in miniature, and will tell you about facts and fascinating events that have made its history.
The “Teatro della Concordia” is open on Saturdays, Sundays and during public holidays:

From September to March: 10.00/12.30 and 15.30/18.30
From April to August: 10.00/12.30 and 16.00/19.00

It also remains open every day during July and August, from 25th December to 6th January.

For groups over 10 people you need booking a visit also for normal opening days, by sending an e-mail to

You can spend a "Week end in the Smallest Theater"
If you are enough imaginative...
you could create your personal event…
Since 2013 to 2016
4 years of Excellence!
A stamp dedicated
by Poste Italiane
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