Theatre and Drama presents ‘Don Juan’ Nov. 4-21


Don Juan promo imageThe notorious rake Don Juan defies conventional morality with his scandalous affairs, deceitful behavior, and blasphemy. Can the libertine’s soul be redeemed or do the gates of Hell beckon?

Find out in the UW–Madison Department of Theatre and Drama’s new production of “Don Juan,” by the French playwright Moliére, to be presented from Nov. 4-21 in the Gilbert V. Helmsley Theatre.

The production is directed by Mark H., an assistant professor in the Department of Theatre and Drama, and features Ryan Siddell as Don Juan, along with actors Ashley Alberte, Reez Bailey, Francis Faye, Joseph Green, Allison Hesselberg, Liam McCarthy, Hannah Schuricht, and Jacob Shipley.

On Friday, Nov. 5, join Director Mark H. and Richard Goodkin, a professor in UW–Madison’s Department of French and Italian, for a preshow discussion about Moliére, the fascinating and controversial history of the play, and the unique aspects of this production. The talk will take place at 6 p.m. in the Mitchell Theatre. Reservations are not required.

Tickets now on sale for all performances – visit Campus Arts Ticketing or call 608-265-2787.

Content Warning: This play contains mature content including physical violence and suggestive themes.