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Theater, Opera & Ballet in Plovdiv

The Roman Amphitheater
 

The Roman Amphitheater

The Roman theatre, also known as the Amphitheatre, was built under the reign of emperor Trajan in the 2nd century. It holds around 7.000 seats in different sections named after the city sections with the names engraved on the benches to guide the citizens where to sit. The theatre was sadly damaged by Attila the Hun in the 5th century. It is used for performances of many kinds during the summer.

Location: Plovdiv Old Town
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State Opera Plovdiv
 

State Opera Plovdiv

The State Opera of Plovdiv was established in 1953 with its first spectacle –“A sold bride” by B. Smetana. In the course of time the repertoire of the Opera was enriched with works by Cimarosa, Pergolesi, Motzart, Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, Puccini, Masani, Leonkavalo, Saint-Saëns, Massenet, Chaikovski, Musorgski, Borodin, Rahmaninov, Stravinski, Carl Orff, Yanachek, Ravel, Briton, Menotti, Burnshtein, Gershwin, Prokofiev.

Location: Center of Plovdiv
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Drama Theater
 

Drama Theater

The Drama Theatre on the main pedestrian street has a daily programme of theatrical performances but these are usually in Bulgarian. There are occasional concerts and musicals that are accessible to non Bulgarian speakers.

Location: Center of Plovdiv
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