The partnership between Teatro Regio and Torino City Lab starts with the desire to bring innovation in the theatre world. The aim is to attract, promote and sustain the testing of different technologies linked to the theatre, with the goal of creating new models of cultural fruition and diffusion. Through the elaboration of new formats, The offer digitalization and the use of new technologies, the peculiar contents of the opera tradition will be widespread and made accessible to a greater number of users, going out the traditional spaces.
Built in 1740, it was destroyed by a fire in 1936 and rebuilt in 1973; the front of the building has survived from the original construction, and it is part of the UNESCO list of the Sabaude Residencies, included in the Humane Heritage in 1997. After the partnership with the City the Teatro Regio has consented to open both the theater and its scenography laboratory as hub for Torino City Lab research activities, testing and innovation regarding edutainment projects that will attract start ups and innovative firms into the territory.
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