by Odon Von Horvath
In a new English version by Duncan Macmillan
U. S. Premiere starring David Whalen as Don Juan
August 8 – 31, 2013
Henry Heymann Theatre, Directed by Alan Stanford
World War I has just ended. Don Juan, shell-shocked and repentant, returns to Berlin, which is as damaged as he is. On a quest to find the love he left at the altar, he finds himself increasingly at odds with the man he used to be. After years of abstinence, can he resist the debauchery that once made his name? Odon Von Horvath’s startling tale of displacement and isolation in the aftermath of the Great War is presented in a bold new adaptation by award-winning playwright Duncan Macmillan. Starring David Whalen in the title role.
This play runs 1 hour and 45 minutes with no intermission.
ASL (American Sign Language) Interpretation available at the 2pm matinee on Saturday, August 31st. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request seats, or call the office at 412-561-6000 for further information.
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