Tallinn City Theatre’s Open-Air Stage is an ideal place for summer performances and the medieval buildings around it add greatly to the attraction. The Open-Air Stage is another performance space that got its unusual shape due to the construction works of the new building that were cancelled in 1991 – this is why the courtyard sits several meters below the street level. The Open-Air Stage was inaugurated in 1995 with Alexandre Dumas’s The Three Musketeers, directed by Elmo Nüganen. From that time on, Tallinn City Theatre has used it regularly for summer productions.
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