Venue Details

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The Kennedy Center - Opera House
2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566
202-467-4600
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I wore suit with an open neck. Hey, anything but blue jeans!.
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The opera house was very warm. Don't wear anything heavy.
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9 stars
attended Sep 20 2012

This was an opera we had wanted to see for several years. We loved it! the music, the singing, the sets, were all wonderful. Don Giovanni, Leporello, Anna, and Elvira, have outstanding voices. We especially enjoyed the acting of Leporello and...continued

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attended Sep 26 2012

Don Giovanni with a few twists. I won't tell you what they are.

Cast was excellent, sets were good, Costumes - well that's part of the twists.

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Website

http://www.kennedy-center.org/events/?event=OMOSF

Quotes & Highlights

“A dark Giovanni of depth, beauty.” —_The Washington Times _

Description

Additional Cast: Meagan Miller as Donna Anna, Barbara Frittoli as Donna Elvira, Juan Francisco Gatell as Don Ottavio, Andrew Foster-Williams as Leporello, Veronica Cangemi as Zerlina, Aleksey Bogdanov as Masetto, and Soloman Howard as the Commendatore.

Performance Timing: Act I – 95 min.; Intermission – 20 min.; Act II – 91 min. (3.5 hours total)

About the Ticket Supplier: Washington National Opera

As the resident opera company of the Kennedy Center, Washington National Opera (WNO) draws on a rich history to offer high-quality grand opera featuring internationally acclaimed artists. Additionally, WNO serves as a vital resource throughout the Washington metro area, bringing opera to a broad public through its award-winning education and community programs.