Roddy stays faithful to the words of a serial seducer
Messing with Mozart is a dicey business but, let’s face it, Don Giovanni is perfect for a makeover
I have it on high authority that Roddy Doyle has not changed one note of Mozart’s score for his new translation of Don Giovanni, which is having its world premiere in Dublin’s Gaiety Theatre at the end of the month. What a relief, we can all rest easy.
Messing with Mozart is a dicey business but, let’s face it, Don Giovanni is perfect for a makeover, and Opera Theatre Company is...
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