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The lost Theatres of Venice: the San Cassiano

When Venice was a city, it was a city of Theatres. They were everywhere, those for the opera and those for comedy, for farce and even for puppets, some expensive, accessible only to a very select public, others cheap, to make Cash.
Hardly any of them survives today, and if every now and then it happens that the gaze runs on a niesi’eto reminiscent of an ancient presence, few know what it is and pull straight.
We take Campo San cassian, not far from the fishmonger and Rialto market
well, Maybe not everyone knows that something happened in this place that made the history of the Theatre. Here there was in fact the Teatro Tron (from the name of the noble family that owned It) of San cassiano, erected in the sixteenth century and then rebuilt in the following Centuries. here, one evening of 1637 was represented the Andromeda of Francesco Manelli or mannelli, musician and singer of Lazio origin who had recently moved to Venice. It was not the first work he wrote and represented, but that time he had an idea: instead of seeking the graces of some prince or cardinal who represented the work in his own palace, he took a theatre concession and opened it to the public in exchange for the purchase of a Entrance Fee. That evening of 1637, in venice, was born the modern opera house, run by a impresario and designed for a paying public, from the tastes certainly less refined than those of ladies and knights of a court, but also a huge stimulus for composers, librettists and Set designers to create increasingly exciting and engaging shows, with more and more complex plots, dozens of characters and a scenic apparatus that had to strike wonder. In this small street, in short, was born the modern theatre and if the Andromeda of Mannelli does not remain I think the booklet, who needs a little more thrill can think that always here, just four years later, was represented for the first time a masterpiece that Still today we see on our scenes, the return of Ulysses in the homeland of the Divine Claudio Monteverdi.

Cozy Studio “Marco Polo”

Cozy Studio Marco Polo, just restored, is located on the ground floor of the palace Casino Tron in San cassiano, located in a quiet area five minutes from the Rialto Bridge and 10 minutes from St. Mark’s square… you are in the heart of the City.
Pleasantly furnished, the central area of the apartment serves as a bedroom and living room, with a comfortable sofa bed, a Chinese lacquered red wardrobe, a chest of drawers, two armchairs and a round zebra table…

Elegant “Cavalli” studio

The cozy apartment “Cavalli” is located on the ground floor of the Palazzo Casino Tron in San cassiano, located in a quiet area five minutes from the Rialto Bridge and 10 minutes from St. Mark’s square… you are in the heart of the City.

A large corridor decorated with two ancient columns of the seventeenth century and marble floor, leads you to the fully equipped red kitchen: dishwasher, fridge-freezer, oven, gas cooker with 4 burners, microwave, water kettle, table and Chairs for 4 People.

Elegant Apartment “Cornaro”

Elegant studio located on the ground floor of a Venetian palace with a delightful and large garden for the use of Customers. It is located in the heart of the city, a few steps from Rialto bridge.
Pleasantly furnished, the central area of the apartment serves as a bedroom and living room with a comfortable sofa bed.
Entering the main door a small corridor leads to the kitchenette separate from the rest of the Apartment.
In front of the kitchen, the marble bathroom with a large shower.

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