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AU­GUS­TEO - One of the most fa­mous the­atres in Naples, it is known for its big- bud­get per­for­mances in­clud­ing mu­si­cals, plays, come­dies, dance and prose. It is also home to the Carlo Buc­cirosso ac­tors’ school - pi­azzetta Duca d’Aosta, 263 - 081.414243 and 081.406698 - www. teatroau­gus­teo. it BELLINI - One of the most beau­ti­ful the­atres in the city, it can be vis­ited dur­ing the day. Vis­i­tors can clam­ber up its nar­row stair­case lead­ing to its small re­hearsal room host­ing bill­boards of old per­for­mances pa­tiently col­lected by Tato Russo, one of the great­est ac­tors and play­wrights in Italy - via Conte di Ruvo, 14 - 081.5491266 - www. teatro­bellini. it GAL­LE­RIA TOLEDO - Set within the heart of the Span­ish Dis­tricts, it is known on the Neapoli­tan the­atre scene for its con­tem­po­rary, ex­per­i­men­tal works and also stages pieces by well- known in­ter­na­tional play­wrights - via Con­cezione a Mon­te­cal­vario, 34 - 081.425824 TEATRO MER­CADANTE - It opened in 1779 as the ‘ Teatro del Real Fondo di Separazione’, with comic op­eras sung mainly in Tus­can. The the­atre

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