stunning swiss theater can withstand avalanches
Some of the most eye-catching scenes at Switzerland\'s stunning new juerita theater are right outside the building.
About 7,500 feet)
On the sea level in the heart of the Alps, the striking red theater was unveiled in early August by the organizers of the Swiss Origen Festival, a major cultural event in Switzerland to celebrate art and performance.
It is located on the famous Julian pass, a mountain road in the albraa mountains, famous for its Roman ruins and medieval churches.
The theater can see the mountain background --
Thanks to the huge glass windows, the building is filled with natural light.
The building can withstand winds of up to 240 kilometers per hour. -
Even resist avalanches.
The choice of the program will be influenced by the seasons and the natural world.
A statement from the organizers said that although the theater was closed, its wise use of glass and daylight created \"a direct dialogue between the show and the landscape \".
This is a way to return to the era of Shakespeare.
In the performance of the English poet Elizabeth era, natural light is incorporated into the work, so that the end of the performance will coincide with the passage of the day.
The theater reportedly costs 2 million Swiss francs (
About $2 million).
Courtesy Origen Festival/Bowie verschurentoday, theater performance can be done anywhere-with large-
Replace the old scale phase effect
Natural lighting in the school.
But juerita marks the return of the ultimate stage on Earth.
The theater plans to hold season-themed performances throughout the year.
MORE: The coolest outdoor movie in the world, juleita, is not a permanent building.
Origen said the spectacular theater will not last forever and will receive global attention.
According to the organizer\'s statement, the theater will be demolished on 2020, a move that represents the theater\'s \"fleeting art form \".
Ballet dancer Sergi Polunin performed the premiere in juerita.
Courtesy Origen Festival/verschurenorigen is the stage setting for the famous adventure.
As early as 2006, the music festival renovated the Riom Castle in Switzerland, turning the elegant medieval castle into a beautiful opera performance venue.
Julierita\'s first performance, starring the famous Ukrainian ballet dancer polenning, staged a dramatic new solo performance for the opening ceremony.
More upcoming shows are listed on Origen\'s website.
7513 Silvaplana, Switzerland, zhuier pass, zhuier tower;
41 81 637 16 81 Verona Arena, Verona, Italy\'s Verona Arena is a truly majestic setting.
Andreas Demz/nice European/Getty Images IntimissimiCulture vulture don\'t have to worry about Switzerland looking for the amazing natural environment of the cinema.
In neighboring Italy, the beautiful Verona Arena offers top theaters in an unforgettable setting: an original Roman amphitheater.
It is said that the theater will accommodate nearly 30,000 people in ancient times.
The number is 15,000 now, but the scale is still awesome. inspiring.
First-Class Opera works, as well as occasional visits by world superstars including Adele and Bruce Springsteen.
Verona Arena, square 37121, virtual reality, Verona, Italy;
39 045 800 5151 more: shake on the plane--
London Globe Theatre is the world\'s most authentic place to perform Shakespeare\'s plays.
Oli Scarff/Getty imagsit has been around for more than 400 years since Shakespeare\'s death, but his plays still perform as often as ever and are culturally relevant.
Enter the spirit of the Bard\'s work as a ground (
Universal Studios London-
Sam Wanamaker rebuilt the Elizabethan theater, where Shakespeare premiered many of his works.
The ticket for 5 is super cheap (roughly $6. 50)
The atmosphere is unforgettable when the sun falls from overhead.
Shakespeare\'s Globe Theatre, 21 New Globe Walk, London-
Dubai Desert Theater, Cornwall, UK, do not be distracted by the view of the Minak theater. Courtesy of Minack
ComThis cliffside theater is one of the most impressive performance venues in the world.
Watch the Cornwall waves below crash as you enjoy a variety of entertainment.
Rowena Cade, resident of Dangdang, 1932--
Living in the House of cliff topop Minak. -
Decided to create a perfect environment for Shakespeare\'s storm.
\"80 years later, Minack has become the first choice for British theaters.
Just don\'t be too distracted by the magnificent scenery.
Penzance TR19 6JU porthkonominke Theatre;
01736 810181 more: Nine British beaches are worth a visit to Shakespeare in the park, which is the highlight of the New York cultural calendar. TIMOTHY A.
Kerry/AFP/Getty Images summer theme Shakespeare at Manhattan Park has made headlines this year with their Trump
The inspiration comes from Caesar, but the summer performances in Central Park can always lead to dialogue.
Free tickets are hard to get, but it\'s worth it due to the high quality of the show (
Including Meryl Streep and Denzel Washington)
And magnificent background.
Delacorte Theatre, 81 West, New York Central Park, NY, 10023; +1 212-539-
Like the version of Caesar, it sparked a debate over Elkin and the Toronto Winter Garden Theatre, the gilded charm of the Toronto Winter Garden Theatre.
Juliydavid DunnLike Giulietta, the elements that are not actually open to Elkin and Winter Garden Theater;
They just give the impression
The complex consists of two theaters stacked together and both interiors are decorated with features from the natural world: from star-
From scattered ceilings to green leaves and bright flowers.
The theater exudes elegance. -
In addition, this is the only surviving \"double\" in the world. Decker theater.
Elkin and Winter Garden Theatre on M5B 2H1, Canada, 1 m4, 189 Yonge St 620, Toronto; +1 416-314-
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Insiders shared the story of Atticus, the birthplace of ancient Greek drama.
As we know today, ancient Greece is the birthplace of drama, so the tour of Athens would not be complete without one or two theatrical performances.
Odeon in Atticus is an ancient amphitheater located on the slopes of the Acropolis, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The site was initially completed at 161 CE and resumed at 1950 s, and has since hosted theatrical events and festivals.
The heroes of Atticus;
Ashina, Greece, 105 55, Ashina;