A Young Artists Program Production
Performed at Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue
Man, myth, and monster: Drama and comedy collide as we explore the
various incarnations of opera's most famous leading man on his day of reckoning in the new Seattle Opera Young Artists Program production
of Mozart and da Ponte's immortal Don Giovanni. Is he pursuer or pursued? Will he ever know true satisfaction? Is it possible to
save him from hell, or will he choose damnation over decency?
Gorgeous arias and brilliant ensembles abound in this story of a man who reaps his just reward and those who drive him to it.
Tickets: $50 Adults, $20 Students
Read more about Don Giovanni in our Spotlight Guide.
Seattle Opera’s Young Artists take on this Mozart masterpiece, in which an unrepentant womanizer pays the ultimate price for his actions. Take a peek at the YAP’s Don Giovanni, which features eye-catching costumes, innovative video projections, and—of course—a talented cast of rising stars.
Stage Director Peter Kazaras divulges production ideas for Don Giovanni, discusses the debut of costume designer Candace Frank, and introduces the Young Artists and their respective characters. Complete with footage of the singers in rehearsal, the Young Artists reveal their fresh and fun take on a classic opera.
A longer version of our Director’s Talk video, this track includes more insight into the production from Stage Director Peter Kazaras, David Krohn (Don Giovanni), and Marcy Stonikas (Donna Anna).
Banner Photo Credit
Don Giovanni © Rozarii Lynch Photo