Gustave Flaubert once declared Don Giovanni
one of "the three finest things God ever made." Flaubert can be forgiven for thinking Don Giovanni
's origins are divine: After all, the two-act opera isn't the handiwork of some mere mortal, it's the enduring masterpiece of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Legend has it Mozart consulted no less than Casanova himself when writing this story of a legendary seducer whose misdeeds become ever more reckless and fatal. When they finally catch up to him, a hellish supernatural force turns up to claim revenge. The Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents this acclaimed work at Catholic University's Hartke Theatre Complex.
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