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).

 


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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.

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

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