The 2nd Ancient Theater of Larissa is located close to the 1st Ancient Theater in the center of Larissa. It was also used during the Roman period, quite close to the First Theater. Two rows of marble seats and a large part of the stage are preserved and used for some performances.
The 2nd Ancient Theater is located at the junction of Ergatikis Protomagias and Tagmatarchou Velissariou streets, near the riverbed of Pinios that crosses the city of Larissa.
Its tent is three-part, with a stone platform that survives at a height of 0.60 m., While the upper part of It would be brick and the roof wooden. Behind the tent there was an enclosure, which was revealed in a length of 50.50 m. The western lane was revealed in a length of 9 m., While the eastern one has been partially excavated, as most of it is under a modern road.
In the western part of the orchestra there is a stepped marble pedestal, which probably belongs to the thyme.
The hollow is divided by fourteen stairs into thirteen stands, with two rows of marble seats each. The stones of the seats come from an older, damaged building, as there are liberating inscriptions on all the seats.
Information from the website of the Municipality of Larissa was used.
photo source Municipality of Larissa