Don Juan Comes Back from the War

 

Don Juan Comes Back from the War

By Ödön Von Horváth
In a new version by Duncan Macmillan

Timms Centre For The Arts

Directed by Amy DeFelice
Lights, Set and Costumes designed by Jeremy Gordaneer
For full cast and credit list, please visit the Dig Deeper website

Don Juan returns from the War, ready for more of the debauchery that once made his name. Amidst political and economic upheaval, he finds himself increasingly at odds with the man he used to be. Confronted and desired by the women he meets, is this notorious Lothario about to experience a sudden change of heart?

This production is the final thesis presentation for Amy DeFelice (MFA Directing) and Jeremy Gordaneer (MFA Theatre Design).

 


You may also be interested in...

See what our friends at Northern Light Theatre are doing!

nltad.jpg

Tickets

A digital version of this production will be available to view from March 26-28, 2021.

Ticket Prices: Students $5.00 & Adult/Seniors $10.00.

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Please contact the Timms Box Office for any questions or concerns via email (uastudio@ualberta.ca) or phone (780-492-2495)

Drama News

  • Congratulations to our PhD candidate Mũkonzi Mũsyoki

    May 17, 2021

    Congratulations to our PhD candidate Mũkonzi Mũsyoki on being chosen as one of the New Play Development Associates at the Stratford Festival! His PhD Performance Studies research is on Postcolonial Theatre and Performance, Dramaturgy, Urban Discourse and Identity Politics in contemporary East Africa and the Diaspora.

  • Dr. Dana Tanner-Kennedy Talk on Feb 25th

    February 04, 2021

    If you have not been emailed the link yet, please contact Stefano Muneroni at stefano.muneroni@ualberta.ca to get access.

  • Adapting theatre to COVID times

    November 30, 2020

    Studio Theatre’s Chrysothemis finds new, artistic solutions to social distancing and physical contact

  • Lorne Cardinal, the first Indigenous student admitted into the U of A’s acting program, wins August Schellenberg Award

    October 30, 2020

    Lorne Cardinal was the first-ever Indigenous student to be admitted into the UAlberta's BFA acting program in 1990. “It's paid itself off numerous times - the technique and craft they teach at the U of A are second to none. I never looked back.” In recognition of this stellar career since graduating, Cardinal received the prestigious August Schellenberg Award of Excellence earlier this month from the Toronto-based ImagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival - the world’s largest Indigenous film and media arts festival! Congratulations, Lorne!

  • More News...