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Skylark Opera Theatre and Angels & Demons Entertainment, bring you Mozart’s “Don Giovanni,” set in the Prohibition era, circa 1932, Don Giovanni (Donny G.) is the nefarious owner of the most popular speakeasy in town. This site-specific production (at The Minneapolis Woman’s Club) welcomes you to Donny G.’s speakeasy where you will get an up-close and compelling glimpse into the tormented life of this power-hungry, crazed Lothario. A master manipulator of both genders, he offers alcohol to drink-crazed men, and himself to women desperate to have him. It's only a matter of time before his world collapses. Audiences will travel throughout the magnificent Woman’s Club of Minneapolis during the course of the opera, enjoying a nosh during the banquet scene and desserts served post show.
TICKETS ON SALE TO THE PUBLIC BEGINNING 4/27/16
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Renewed and refreshed, Skylark Opera Theatre is committed to offering traditional and new repertoire with a modernized perspective in cutting edge and site specific venues. We are committed to offering our audiences a raised bar when it comes to production values and singer/actors.
This is an exciting time in Skylark's history and we welcome YOU to play a part in our revitalization! Whether you have time to volunteer, are a talented singer/actor, have creative talents, and/or have financial support to offer - we want to hear from you. Our contact information is at the bottom of this page. Please feel free to reach out to us!
Skylark thanks its many patrons who have generously made supporting donations and also the organizations who have provided grants, including the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Target Foundation, the Twin Cities Opera Guild, and the Harlan Boss Foundation for the Arts.
This activity funded, in part, by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund as appropriated by the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.