Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Around the Goldoni

Around the Goldoni theater, LivornoThe offices of the theater foundation City of Livorno “C. Goldoni”.Around the Goldoni theater, LivornoThe courtyard on the left side of the theater, with the loading zone, the safety stairs and the access to the stage.Around the Goldoni theater, LivornoOn the other side of a new bar called “Palcoscenico” (Stage).Around the Goldoni theater, LivornoThe flags on the front of the Goldoni are in very bad shape...

See also: Teatro Goldoni - Inside the Goldoni - Behind the Scenes

16 comments:

Jacob said...

A very interesting collection of photos! Do you frequent this theater? Methinks they do need to spend a bit of money and replace those poor bedraggled flags!

Hilda said...

Another cool self-portrait, VP. :)

Do they stage performances often? And how nice to have a café right outside — perfect after watching a performance.

Dina said...

Nice to see you reflected in all the right places. :)
That combination of arches and square windows is great.
Yes, it always seems disrespectful and defeating the purpose when flags are left to "rot."

joo said...

The first photo with reflection is superb! The place loks neat and elegat - the pattern made by windows and balconies is interesting!

Saretta said...

Do you go to the theatre often?

Wolynski said...

Love that reflection and the yellow of the building. But where's the marquee? What's playing there?

Small City Scenes said...

The Goldoni is all gold. A very nice looking place. Do you attend?

MB

JM said...

I like the architecture of the offices building.

B SQUARED said...

Looks like it is the off season.

Lois said...

I see you in there! I love the yellow of the walls. What a great place!

Halcyon said...

You know I like this one! Have you seen anything at the Livorno theater? Sounds neat.

Kaori said...

Oh, I didn't even realize those were flags on your last photo! Have you been having strong winds?

cieldequimper said...

That first photo is a gem! Now you'll have to take us inside. Any good plays on before the end of the season?

I don't understand your comment about the museum being closed, sorry...

tapirgal said...

Portrait of the artist - very nice. Pic #2 is more like that famous De Chirico painting than anything I've ever seen. It doesn't quite look like it, but the feeling is there. Another interesting post. I love theatres, from the small to the magnificent.

James said...

Nice shots and I like the reflection.

Andreea said...

Looks like a nice building. I love the theatre, can't have enough of it. It would be interesting to see the inside of the building.