Set in mid- 18th century Spain, Mozart's Don Giovanni is making its way to Syracuse.
The classic opera is the story of a womanizer, and in this version of the comedic opera, his plans go up in flames, quite literally.
Ophelie Wolf will be the director for Syracuse and says that the "dark undertones are pretty obvious, perfect for this year's theme of men behaving badly."
Although, the opera may have some themes that are very applicable to today's world, and you may resonate with them, the production will include period costumes and sung in Italian. There will be English supertitles!
You can check out the performance on Friday, February 1st at 8pm and Sunday, February 3rd at 2pm at the Mulroy Civic Center's Crouse Hinds Theatre.