Miracle Players - English Theatre in Rome

"Miracle Players - English Theatre in Rome" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Monday 18th July 2011

The Miracle Players is an English speaking theatre troupe based in Rome, Italy. We perform original texts and comic adaptations of classics in various historical locations. Every summer the Miracle Players perform comic theatre in English at the Roman Forum. The Miracle Players' optimism and genuine enthusiasm are reflected in their shows.

The Miracle Players have a "down-to-earth" style that allows for an original, humorous and accessible means to understand classical texts, eliminating the tedium commonly associated with such viewings. The Miracle Players use a very visual and physical style of performance along with a wide range of props and characterizations making the shows accessible to a wide-ranging audience, including those who speak English as a second language. To get there: from the Via dei Fori Imperiali, just around the corner from the Piazza Venezia, turn in towards the entrances to the Complesso Vittoriano museum, and follow the signs to the Mamertine prison at the Roman Forum. More: http://www.miracleplayers.org/

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