Masciari Theater was founded in 1925 in Catanzaro, capital of Calabria. Restored in 1991, it resumed his activities, not only play, but also cinematographic. Structure in Art-Nouveau style with two entrances, one of which on the main street of the city, dominating its center. This good is now in danger, a danger of abandonment, neglect, cleavage. To save it the citizens of Catanzaro came together, first in a meeting, that has now been established as a real Citizen Committee, called the “Save Masciari Theater”. Committee’s goal was to first create aggregation, involving as many citizens as possible in their own cause. The collection of over 11,000 signatures is a proof of that. They want to recover a monument so important to their community and to return it to domain of all. So the administration has welcomed groan of complaint of citizens. The Catanzaro’s mayor Sergio Abramo in a meeting with the Minister of Culture Massimo Bray has exposed the problems related to acquisition and recovery of the theater, since currently belonging to Masciari’s heirs. The committee “Save the theater Masciari” continues its activities by consensus sensitizing the rest of the community to this issue. The committee “Save Masciari Theater” continues its activities to obtain consensus with a strong organization and mobilization, trying to raise the rest of the community to this problem.
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