The modest-sized Comedie Italienne has had some exquisite settings on its stage and extravagant costumes on its actors, but its “Enchanted Garden” (Le Jardin des Amours Enchantees) reaches new heights of gossamer beauty. It’s as if playwright Goldoni has atypically conquered the realm of his arch rival, the rarely realistic Gozzi. Director Attilio Maggiulli has clearly had fun blending the traditions of the two, without de-emphasizing the influence of commedia dell ‘arte.
We encourage you to browse to your heart's content. If you are looking for something specific, the site's search function is the best way to find what you need. Search by actors, plays, phrases and quotes, dates, theater types, and other keywords. The search box is to the right.