Teatro Manzoni

40 Via Alesandro Manzoni,
Milan 20121

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Built in 1850 as a live theatre. It was remodeled and became the Cinema Manzoni, which opened in 1950. A bar is in the theater. The auditorium has 1,170 seats, on the main floor and in one balcony, and the ceiling dome has a mural. Plays and live performances have been presented, in addition to movies. The cinema has THX surround sound. In January 2005, the first digital projector in Milan was installed, a CMC-D2 digital projector, but unfortunately in June 2006, the cinema closed.

By 2010, it had re-opened as a live performance & concert theatre.

Contributed by Howard B Haas

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HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on August 31, 2010 at 6:34 pm

2006 photos by Roloff
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