The Erotic Anguish of Don Juan

“Look at you. You are… so beautiful. But so lonely! I love you. I was born only to love you.”

It's breathtakingly original.

Vancouver Courier

The Ghost of Don Juan is summoned from Hell to repent for his sins, and to tell us the tale of his nefarious life so that we may avoid his fate.  But does he truly repent?  Is he a monster or a saint?  He will attempt to save us from our amorous errors, and deliver a sermon of universal love.  In the end, we are liberated from our fears, and what we thought would be a simple evening at the theatre becomes a transcendental orgy that will change us forever.
Most nights, anyway.  Depends on the audience.

Conceived and Written by: Peter Balkwill, Mercedes Bátiz-Benét, Pityu Kenderes, Judd Palmer and Vanessa Porteous
Performers: Duval Lang, Pityu Kenderes, Don Brinsmead, Anne Lalancette
Music composed by George Fenwick
Set & Lighting Design by Cimmeron Meyer
Puppet Costumes by Jen Gareau
Stage Management by Mitchell Craib


Previews:
March 30 & 31; Opens: April 1; Runs Through: April 18th; 2-For-1 Tuesdays: April 6 & 13

READ: Production Notes

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