A Look Back: A Magical Outdoor Theatre in Northern Italy

Angie Spitalieri Ianiro, Publisher Angie Spitalieri Ianiro, Publisher


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Please enjoy this article by Myra Robinson originally printed in our January 2015 issue. 

It was a well-kept secret. Without Italian friends, I would never have known about an outdoor concert in the Euganean Hills only an hour from Venice, yet a different hidden world where tourists seldom venture. When we get there, a lot of people are expected. They had arranged for young men in high visibility waistcoats to direct the cars to parking spaces. We park on one side of the narrow road, leaving barely enough space for other cars to pass, and


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