by Molière, translated by Richard Wilbur
November 4-21, 2021
Gilbert V. Hemsley Theatre | Vilas Hall
About this event
The notorious rake Don Juan defies conventional morality with his scandalous affairs, deceitful behavior, and blasphemy. Accompanied by his faithful but reluctant servant Sganarelle, Don Juan tries to stay one step ahead of scorned lovers, vengeful brothers, a disappointed father, and evil spirits intent on his destruction. Can the libertine’s soul be redeemed or do the gates of Hell beckon?
Directed by Mark H.
Content Warning: This play contains mature content including physical violence and suggestive themes.
Due to COVID-19, face coverings are required in all UW-Madison campus buildings. UW-Madison does not have a vaccination requirement for attendance. Actors will be unmasked during the performance. Safety measures including face coverings, capacity limits, and seating for social distancing are subject to change as directed by UW–Madison guidelines for campus events.
Prices (including all fees)
|Preview Night Nov. 4 All Tickets||$10.00|
|UW Faculty/Staff & Seniors (62+)||$20.00|