Despite some flaws, Opera Theatre’s Don Giovani shines

By Geoffrey W. Melada On Saturday, Feb. 5, the Opera Theater of Philadelphia returned to Haverford School’s Centennial Hall for an understated production of Mozart’s signature opera Don Giovanni. This dramma giocoso, or “gay drama,” in two acts premiered at National Theater, Prague, in October 1787 and made its triumphant American debut in May 1826 … Continue reading Despite some flaws, Opera Theatre’s Don Giovani shines