This dramatic, timeless story, first performed in 1787, is a black comedy for all ages. Ranging from farce to tragedy and set to Mozart’s magnificent music, with an English translation by the late and much missed Amanda Holden.
Mozart retells the Don Juan legend, portraying the Don himself as an anarchic force of nature, respecting nothing and nobody; the archetypical womaniser whose ‘love ’em and leave ’em’ philosophy challenges society’s norms. But, actions have consequences. Everyone’s favourite scoundrel leaves behind a trail of destruction and devastation, until Fate takes a hand and supernatural judgement intervenes.
With a stunning cast/chorus and accompanied by a full orchestra, this production of Mozart’s undisputed masterpiece will be a treat not to be missed!
|Lighting Designer||Rob Callender|
|How to book:|
|St Mary Magdalene Church||18 Canning Rd, Croydon CR0 6QD|
|Performances||Fri 24th June at 7.30pm|
Sat 25th at 2.30pm and 7.30pm
|The Minack Theatre, on the cliffs at Porthcurno||Cornwall TR19 6JU|
|Performances||Evenings - Mon 11th to Fri 15th July 2022 at 8pm|
Matinées - Tue 12th July and Thu 14th July at 3pm
Photographer: Holly Burraway
|Don Giovanni|| René Bloice-Sanders|
|Donna Elvira|| Heather Caddick|
|Donna Anna|| Nina Bennet|
|Don Ottavio||Tom Kelly|