The 83rd Season from the Florentine continues with W.A. Mozart’s Don Giovanni.

The quintessential rake, Don Giovanni, a womanizing scoundrel, executes his devious conquests and hijinks only to be called by the fates for his transgressions.  Da Ponte’s libretto and Mozart’s brilliant score reveal the human condition and all its foibles.  The Florentine is pleased to produce this revival of its 2006 production, which won rave reviews in Milwaukee and cities across the country.  This Florentine production is directed by John Hoomes, under the baton of the Florentine’s Joseph Rescigno with Scenic Design by Kris Stone and Lighting Design by Barry Steele.

Reviews:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Urban Milwaukee
Shepherd Express

 


Ticket Range: $40-$158

Box Seats  $  158.00
Premium Orch, Side Loge  $  122.00
Mid Orch Q-S, Side Orch E-S, Front Loge A-C  $   97.00
Front Orchestra A-D  $   85.00
Rear Orch V-Z, Mid Loge D-G  $   64.00
Rear Loge H-N, Balcony, Aisle Orch E-T  $   40.00

Approximately 2 hours and 55 minutes in length with one intermission

Purchase tickets online,
or order by phone 1-800-32-OPERA  M-F | 9am-5pm
Student and Educator discounts are available


Presenting Sponsors:
Nancy and Terry Anderson
Title Artist Sponsor:
Nita Soref
Lead Artist Sponsor for Emily Fons:
Kate and Don Wilson

 

Join us for the Talk Opera event in the Anello Atrium one hour prior to the performance:
Learn more about Don Giovanni in-depth one hour before curtain prior to each mainstage performance for all ticket holders.

Talk Opera is FREE with each ticket purchase.
This production and recording is made possible with major support from Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from NEA Artworks and Milwaukee County CAMPAC

Title Artist Sponsor: Nita Soref

Details

Performance Dates and Times

Friday, March 17, 2017 at 7:30pm
Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 2:30pm

Performance Location

Uihlein Hall, Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
929 N Water St, Milwaukee, WI 53202 Get Directions »

Language

Sung in Italian with English supertitles projected above the stage.