Romeo and Juliet: the itinerant show

Experience this incredible show staged in the real historical places of the story!

This summer the audience will have the fantastic oppotunity to see an unique version of Romeo and Juliet, staged in the historical places where Shakespeare really set the tragedy.

 

Direction and adaptation by Paolo Valerio
Costumes by Chiara Defant
 


AVAILABILITY:
The show will take place from Monday to Saturday at 9p.m.

Meeting time at 8.30 p.m.
 

Friday additional show at 6p.m.

Meeting time at 5:45 PM

 


VERSIONS:

  • English version with Italian translation from 16th July to 25th August in Juliet’s Courtyard (Via Cappello) and historical places around Teatro Nuovo.
  • Italian version with English translation from 24th June to 13th July and from 26th August to 14th September in Juliet’s Courtyard (Via Cappello) and historical places around Teatro Nuovo.

Additional Information

Meeting Point
Entrance at Juliet’s Courtyard (Via Cappello, 23)
Please arrive 30 minutes in advance
E-TICKETS ACCEPTED (Smartphone or tablet)

 
Pre-booking information
Underage customers must be accompanied by and adult.

It will be an itinerant show, from Juliet’s Courtyard and Juliet’s Balcony to some of the most beautiful places in Verona, and the final part of the drama will take place on the stage of Teatro Nuovo.
Each night a group of 100 people will be guided by the actors through the scenes of one of the most beautiful masterpieces written by William Shakespeare, a play that continues to enchant by touching everybody’s heart.
Surrounded by the magical atmosphere of its medieval city centre and the charm of ancient streets and buildings, the city of Verona is the perfect theatre: it becomes the protagonist of this play as passionate as the immortal thwarted love of Romeo and Juliet.

Highlights

Fantastic oppotunity to see an unique version of Romeo and Juliet staged in the real setting

Enjoy this itinerant show, from Juliet’s Courtyard and Juliet’s Balcony to some of the most beautiful places in Verona
See this beautiful masterpiece written by William Shakespeare, a play that continues to enchant by touching everybody’s heart.