A lot of plays and shows are still on stage in Rome. Among them, we'd like to mention the new season at the theatre Salone Margherita (Via dei due Macelli, 75), where – from December 19th, 2011 to May 7th, 2012 – you can still enjoy a classical Italian comedy: "Il Marchese del Grillo". On stage the actor Pippo Franco, who plays the main character, a famous jester who lived in Rome during 19th century, pretending to be a noble man. He's surrounded by other important actors, and they all paly the famous characters already presented in a famous movie by Monicelli, with Alberto Sordi.
If you are not satisfied yet, Roberto Ciufoli's show can offer some more fun to you nights; the former component of a famous comic trio called Premiata Ditta, is still presenting his show, called "I lunedì non riposo", to the Sala Umberto (Via della Mercede, 50), until March 5th, 2012. Once in a month, on Monday Ciufoli entertains his audience with his sketches and some good music, thanks to the violinist Olen Cesari and his Clandestin Orchestra, together with Federico Perrotta, another comedian, and many guests on stage.
Last but not least, until January 22nd, you can see the famous "Rinaldo in campo" show, at the Teatro Sistina (via Sistina, 331), with Serena Autieri and Fabio Troiano. A successful musical by Garinei and Giovannini, dating back to 1961. After 50 years the historical show about the robber Rinaldo Dragonera and his deeds, comes back on stage.