Don't pass this up when visiting Ortygia. This traditional art form must be preserved so do your part and support it. The theater is small and run lovingly by a family doing this for a few generations. We didn't understand the Italian very well but that didn't keep us from getting the overall gist. The performance is not too long, maybe 45 minutes. The puppeteers work quite hard since the puppets themselves are quite elaborate and heavy.
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