This 935-seat theater concentrates on staging contemporary comedies by Spanish playwrights and adaptations of similar ... More
This 935-seat theater concentrates on staging contemporary comedies by Spanish playwrights and adaptations of similar successful foreign plays. Like many of Madrid's theaters, it became a cinema for a while before re-opening for live performances in 1967 with a production of Las Criadas (The Maids), starring famous Catalan actress Nuria Espert.
One of Madrid's most important theaters, its success has been based on staging popular, long running musicals. It opened in
1916, it seats 600 spectators and it has always belonged to the Muñoz Lusarreta family. You'll find it in ...
One of Madrid's most modern theater spaces, it's used primarily to stage comedies. The new facilities are state of the
art. The stage manager's control room is suspended from the ceiling, the walls are lined with fireproof material (like ...
Madrid's Opera House has one of the largest stages in the world and seats up to 1,630 spectators. Its annual
program features the whole range of operatic styles and genres from the baroque to the contemporary, including the ever ...