If You Go To The Opera, People Will Think You’re Cultured

Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” is being presented by UVM Lane Series Wednesday, October 1 at 7:30 pm, on the mainstage at the Flynn Center. It will be in Italian with English Supertitles. Student tickets are $27, $33, and $49. Mozart’s masterpiece is known for its seemingly endless stream of gorgeous melodies as well as its deeply affecting story. The handsome nobleman Don Giovanni relentlessly seeks to satisfy his unsatiable lust for women by constantly seeking new conquests regardless of whom he destroys in the process. Enlisting the help of his servant, Leporello, the Don continues his rampage while three of the women he has seduced and destroyed confront him. In the end, it’s the supernatural that restores the moral order as Don Giovanni’s home is engulfed in flames and he is dragged off to hell. TeatroLirico D’Europa has toured this opera more than any other in their repertoire. They will bring their acclaimed production to the Flynn, complete with a full orchestra, chorus, and international soloists.- Press Release