by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Chía Patiño, director
Douglas Kinney Frost, conductor
In Italian with English surtitles
Libertine, womanizer and nobleman-in-name-only: Don Giovanni blazes a trail of broken hearts across Europe with his resourceful servant Leporello. After abandoning his latest conquest, the playboy plans more wine-soaked misdeeds against women, including noblewoman Donna Anna and peasant Zerlina. However, his luck is about to sour.
Existing in sublime contradiction, Don Giovanni, a dramma giocoso, or a "joking drama,” takes a sharp left turn in its final act for a satisfying and supernatural comeuppance.