May 6–21, 2023
MUSIC BY WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
LIBRETTO BY LORENZO DA PONTE
So hot, he’ll burn.
Don Giovanni is an egotistical and infamous womanizer, brazen in his shameless seductions. But his betrayals soon catch up to him when divine retribution exacts the ultimate price. Set in the 1930s, this new production centers the women who cross paths with Don Giovanni and ultimately deliver his grim fate. Mozart’s sharp and otherworldly opera seamlessly blends dark comedy with biting social commentary, all set to some of opera’s most stirring music
Sung in Italian with English captions projected above the stage.
Cast & Creative TeamLearn More
Near the home of the Commendatore, Leporello bemoans his lot in life as servant to Don Giovanni. His thoughts are interrupted by screams from Donna Anna, who calls for help as a disguised Giovanni tries to flee…
Director's NotesRead More
As a director, I see two important truths in this opera that forever color my approach. One: from the moment Don Giovanni slays…
Composer BiographyLearn More
Child wonder, virtuoso performer and prolific creative artist, Mozart is the first composer whose operas have never been out of repertory.