The theatre is dated to the 2nd century BCE by inscriptions and the seating area was likely composed of wooden seats on stone supports. Five marble prohedria were discovered placed around the orchestra. Two parodoi led off from the orchestra between the seating area of the cavea and the stage building. The Doric order proscaenium of the stage structure is well preserved. The theater would have held approximately three hundred spectators.
|ALEXANDER R HUFFORD||03/02/2022||250.00|
|18 Donations of 5 euros (Giamarelos Family, Margarita Antoniou, Eleni Skarmoutsou, Vassiliki Papageorgiou, Parthenopi Panti)||90.00|
|15 Donations of 10 euros (E. Adonopoulou, G.Chantzara, D. Vlachos, I. Kaltsa, P.Peppas, P. Vasilakos, K. Gertatou, A.Fylli, K.Koumenides, D.Chantzidakis, K.Chaskou, P.Chaskos, Ath. Makrygiannis)||150.00|
|2 Donations of 40 euros (primary school of Gerakas, Fotini Fotinou)||80.00|
|4 Donations of 50 euros (G. Karystinos, E. Iliaskos, I. Labakis, ΔΙΑΛΕΚΤΙΚΟΣ ΣΥΛΛΟΓΟΣ ΠΑΙΑΝΙΑΣ)||200.00|
|5 separate Donations of 100 euros (Stefanos Tsolakidis, Maria Sofikitou, Irene Gratsia, DIAZOMA ASSOCIATION, Demetrios Soteriou)||500.00|
|8 Donations of 20 euros (P. Giamarelou, P. Economopoulos, Makedoniki Estia Athinon, K.Chatzidakis, ATHENS PATHOLOGIGAL CLINIC, O.Fotinou, G.K.Litsas, G. Yiamarelos)||160.00|