Aleksandër Moisiu Theatre
|Aleksandër Moisiu Theatre|
|Address||Lagja Nr: 2, Square Liria|
|Owned by||State owned|
|Opened||11 January 1953|
|Other names||Teatri i Durrësit|
The Aleksandër Moisiu Theatre, or called also Durrës Theatre (Albanian: Teatri Aleksandër Mosiu) is based in Durrës, Albania. Theatre took its name from Austrian actor Aleksandër Moisiu, who was of Albanian descent.
The building of the theatre dates 1950s. It officially opened on January 11, 1953. His first show was the comedy "The Girl from the village" (Albanian: Vajza nga fshati) the writer Fatmir Gjata, staged by director Pandi Stillu.
Notes and references
- Teatri Aleksandër Moisiu feston 57 vjetorin, me shfaqjen Ana Kristi, Lajme Shqipëria, 2010-10-07 (in Albanian)
- Teatri "Aleksandër Moisiu" përgatitet për jubileun e 60-të, balkanweb, 2012-01-12 (in Albania)
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