The scenery is adapted to 18th-century plays. It can be changed in just a few seconds with the help of up to 30 scene-shifters. The sound effects are simple but authentic: a wooden box filled with stones creates realistic thunder, a wooden cylinder covered in tent cloth produces a howling wind. Every summer there are about 30 performances, mainly opera and ballet from the 18th century. The theatre is open daily for visitors to the palace.
A Theatre Museum and shop are housed in Duke Carl’s pavilion, built in the 1780s. The museum focuses on 18th-century theatre, with decoration sketches, paintings, scenery models and costumes. A Commedia dell’arte room contains paintings by Pehr Hillestrom and sketches for Gustav Ill’s dramatic productions by Louis Jean Desprez.
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