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Eliseo Theatre

Web site: http://www.teatroeliseo.it

Profile: Roma, Via Nazionale 183 - 00184
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Il sito del maggiore teatro stabile privato italiano, che compie cento anni. Qui potete trovare il calendario ed il programma aggiornato, con spettacoli anche per ragazzi; notizie sugli abbonamenti e biglietti, informazioni. Direttore Artistico: Maurizio Scaparro

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