There are several venues known by the name Royal Theatre or Royal Theater. They include:
- in Canada
- Royal Theatre (Victoria, British Columbia) in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
- in Denmark
- Det Kongelige Teater in Denmark, The Royal Theater in English
- in Sweden
- Royal Dramatic Theatre
- in the United Kingdom
- Royal Theatre (Northampton), in Northampton, England
- Royal National Theatre, in London, England
- Royal Shakespeare Theatre, in Stratford-upon-Avon, England
- in the United States
- Royal Theatre (Benton, Arkansas), listed on the NRHP in Arkansas
- Royal Theater (Hogansville, Georgia), listed on the NRHP in Georgia
- Royal Theatre (Baltimore, Maryland) in Baltimore, Maryland, now demolished
- RKO Royal Theater at 423 Westchester Avenue in Mott Haven, Bronx, built 1913, demolished 1962.
- Royal Theater (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), listed on the NRHP in Pennsylvania
- Scotland Royal Theater, Scotland, South Dakota, listed on the NRHP in South Dakota
- Royal Theater (St. Petersburg, Florida)
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... The first Swedish theatre opened in Bollhuset and Lejonkulan in 1667 and employed only foreign companies ... the public, it remained more or less a court theatre ... first Swedish play, Den Svenska Sprätthöken, was performed in 1737 by the first Swedish theatre company ...
... The Royal Theatre, which first opened in 1922 as the black-owned Douglass Theatre, was the most famous theater along West Baltimore City's Pennsylvania Avenue, one of a circuit of five such theaters for black ... Its sister theaters were the Apollo in Harlem, the Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C ... the Regal Theatre in Chicago, and the Earl Theater in Philadelphia ...
15, 1937 in Copenhagen) was an operatic tenor, voice teacher and theatre director ... in the title role of Gounod's Faust at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen ... as a voice and drama teacher at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, where he trained a generation of Danish singers, including Lauritz Melchior ...
... The theatre was founded by Anders Lindeberg in 1842 after the theatre monopoly ot the Royal Dramatic theatre was abolished ... It was called Mindre teatern (The Smaller Theatre), as the old Royal Dramatic theatre was called "The Big Theatre", Nya teatern (The New Theatre), and also ... It became a popular theatre, which rivaled the royal Theatre ...
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