Vienna State Opera House – Austria

The original theater of the State Opera (known at the time as kk Hofoperntheater, Opera House of the Royal and Imperial Court), a Neo-Renaissance building criticized by the Viennese when it was erected, was built between 1861 and 1869, on a project of the Viennese architects Eduard van der Nüll and August Sicard von Sicardsburg. Both architects died before seeing the building finished (van der Nüll committed suicide and his companion Sicardsburg died shortly after a heart attack). Other renowned artists participated in the interior decoration, particularly the painter Moritz von Schwind, who painted the famous foyer frescoes and the terrace. The theater was inaugurated on May 25, 1869 with Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni.

Elgin Theater Center and Winter Garden – Ontario

The Elgin Theater Center and Winter Garden Theater Center (EWG) is one of the most beautiful theater complexes in the world with two separate and separate theaters that make up the center.

The EWG – is a national historic site owned and operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust – is located in the heart of downtown Toronto, close to shopping, lodging and public transportation, with ample parking within walking distance.

Theatre Royal – Newcastle

Granted his royal license by King George III, the Royal Newcastle Theatre opened on Drury Lane off Mosley Street in 1788 and soon established itself as one of the leading theaters in England. Three months before Queen Victoria ascended the throne, in February 1837, the theater moved to Gray Street, an iconic building in Grainger and Dobson.

Saenger Theater – New Orleans

The Saenger Theater is located in New Orleans, Louisiana and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was the flagship of the empire of Julian and Abe Saenger, today it is one of the few remaining Saenger movie palaces. The Saenger Theater opened on February 4, 1927. The 4000-seat theater took three years to build and cost $ 2.5 million. Its opening involved thousands in a parade on the streets of the canal. The price of the ticket was 65 cents, and the bill for each performance included a play and silent film (produced by the Corporation of Paramount-Publix), and the music of the Saenger Grand Orchestra.

Kings Theatre – Brooklyn

The Kings Theater also called Loew’s Kings Theater is a theater located in Brooklyn, New York. It opened its doors in 1929 and was closed in 1977. It was closed and empty for decades until completing its renovation which was started in 2010. The theater was reopened to the public in January 2015.

Teatro Colón – Buenos Aires

The Teatro Colón is an opera house in the city of Buenos Aires. Due to its size, acoustics and trajectory, it is considered one of the five best in the world.