Don Giovanni: Los Angeles Opera Presents Mozart's Classic at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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The last date listed for Don Giovanni was Wednesday December 12, 2007 / 1:00pm (matinee).
Currently at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion:
- Full Price:
- $65.00 - $75.00
- Our Price:
- $32.00 - $52.00
Now in its 60th year, the pioneering Paul Taylor Dance Company stages several of its acclaimed pieces at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Dubbed the "naughty boy" of dance by Martha Graham, Taylor's not only one of the greatest modern choreographers of the 20th century, he's also one of the 21st century's most daring innovators, still creating well into his 80s. His 16-member company embodies his continuing genius and nurtures new talent -- Tony winners Twyla Tharp and David Parsons are among its many distinguished alumni. Expect a wonderful show of kinetic movement, enthralling storytelling and surprising humor from one of the true legends of the form. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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The venue is beautiful. The DCP is one of the best in LA. The seats were within good visual distance and dead center orchestra. I have been going to LA Opera for many years and you can't beat Goldstar for what they provide. I will do it again.
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It was a minimilistic opera meaning there were costumes but not elaborate sets. My husband LOVED it. I enjoyed it since the set design was very creative to be so minimilistic, but I prefere operas with elaborate sets and costumes.
Quotes & Highlights
- "The eye is startled, delighted, and sometimes enlightened by constant visual stimulation." -<em>Los Angeles Times</em> (from their review of the 2003 production)
<p>Don Juan's back and LA Opera's got him! The sexy and sensual Erwin Schrott returns as opera's greatest Lothario in the ravishing production that won LA Opera kudos in 2003. The Los Angeles Times commented: "The eye is startled, delighted, and sometimes enlightened by constant visual stimulation."</p> <p>Mozart's great comic drama not only catalogs the Don's conquests (2,065 women, to be exact), but also deftly unfolds an intriguing series of escalating calamities that ensue as those he seduced and abandoned seek their revenge against him. And when the Don disdainfully invites a vengeful ghost to dinner, all hell breaks loose.</p>