May 3 New Britain, 8 p.m. – Trinity-On-Main Arts Center
May 10 New London, 7:30 p.m. – The Garde Theater
May 11 Middletown, 7:30 p.m. – MHS Arts Center
May 18 Waterbury,8:00 p.m. – NVCC Arts Center
Don Giovanni – Luke Scott
Leporello – Nathan Resika
Comendatore – Steven Fredericks
Don Ottavio – Christoper Lucier
Donna Anna – Jurate Svedaite
Donna Elvira – Heather o’Connor
Zerlina – Emily Hughes
Mazetto – Ryan Burns
Artistic Director / Conductor – Adrian Sylveen
Stage Director – Chris Browner Chris Browner
Chorus Master – Jason Ferrandino
Chorus Coordinator – Fred Goff
Production Coordinator / Stage Manager – Nancy Russell
Set Design – Kris Podkowiak

Presented with the CT Lyric Opera – Mozart’s brilliant score set to Lorenzo da Ponte’s witty libretto recounts the adventures of a callous libertine nobleman as reflected in the lives of the people he impacts – from the loyal, wise-cracking servant, to a jilted “on her way to the convent” former lover, to the violated woman on a quest to identify and punish the murderer of her father. And in one of the most terrifying finales in opera all of opera, he is a man who refuses even in the face of death to repent for his many wrongdoings. It’s this perfect blend of comedy and drama, cherished arias and ensembles with classical orchestrations that has been thrilling audiences for more than 225 years.

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