Don Juan at the Stake

Paul Singleton / Maureen Hennigan

 By Alfredo Balducci

A play depicting the famous Don Juan in two worlds: the 14th-century libertine and seducer, and the conqueror in the modern-day boardroom.

Directed by Kathleen Brant

Theater Row, New York

The terrific Paul Singleton as Don Giovanni is ambitious and cruel, loves women from time to time, but wants truth, power and money. In the modern version in Italy, he prefers women and industries.
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– Mario Fratti, America Today