Opera Review: Mozart's Don Giovanni at the English National Opera

Opera Review: Mozart's Don Giovanni at the English National Opera
 

The trouble is that its plot falls somewhere between that of a truly comic farce and a morality tale. There is a huge gap between those extremes and despite some very witty moments, Richard Jones' new production for ENO comes closer to falling through that gap than bridging it. 
Don Giovanni is an incorrigible womaniser, totally indiscriminate in his choice of women ("being faithful to one woman would be unfair to all the others," he says by way of justifying his behaviour) and the role played by his servant Leporello in trying to satisfy his insatiable lust should form the basis... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Entertainment, Views: 50
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