February 24 and 26, 2023
Sieminski Theater at the Cultural Arts Center of Fellowship Village
8000 Fellowship Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

Don Giovanni, updated as a celebration of Spanish sic-kitsch is set in the ’90s, replete with air couches, Channel clothes, lots of jewels, and a bright white stage made of colors and neon bulls. This production is a dedication to Spanish cinematographer Pedro Almodovar and Cuban Bolero singer La Lupe.   The singers/actors, driven by their innermost desires and fears, live their lives in a continued state of suspension. A suspension of time. A suspension of senses. In  ’90’s Spain, where food, sex and pop culture are ways of expression.

Director Stefanos Koroneos is the General and Artistic Director of the Teatro Grattacieo. He brings with him the experience of having worked with some of the most distinguished directors and opera directors, including Franco Zeffirelli, Fabrizio Melano, Moisés Kaufman and Richard Bonynge. In 2021 he directed Mozart’s Idomeneo in Heraklion, Greece, followed by Mascagni’s L’amico Fritz for the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice. In 2022 he is directing a new production of Don Giovanni at the Apollon Theater in Syros, Phoenicia Festival of the Voice and Rhodes International Festival, and Giulietta e Romeo by Zandonai for Teatro Grattacielo in Battery Park City, New York.

The performance will also feature Maestro Jason Tramm leading the Light Opera of New Jersey Chamber Orchestra.

LONJ is a premier operetta, opera, and musical theater company founded in 1995 by William Corson and Lauran Corson, Artistic Director.

Purchase Tickets Here: Sieminski Theatre Tickets

 

Stefanos Koroneos
Stefanos KoroneosDirector
Jason Tramm
Jason TrammMusic Director
Lisa Algozzini
Lisa AlgozziniDonna Elvira
Suchan Kim
Suchan KimDon Giovanni
Madison Zahorsky
Madison ZahorskyDonna Anna
Courtney San Martin
Courtney San MartinZerlina
Oliver Poveda
Oliver PovedaLeporello
Diego Valdez
Diego ValdezDon Ottavio
Patrick Scully
Patrick ScullyMasetto
Steven Fredericks
Steven FredericksIl Commendatore

February 24 and 26, 2023
Sieminski Theater at the Cultural Arts Center of Fellowship Village
8000 Fellowship Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

Don Giovanni, updated as a celebration of Spanish sic-kitsch is set in the ’90s, replete with air couches, Channel clothes, lots of jewels, and a bright white stage made of colors and neon bulls. This production is a dedication to Spanish cinematographer Pedro Almodovar and Cuban Bolero singer La Lupe.   The singers/actors, driven by their innermost desires and fears, live their lives in a continued state of suspension. A suspension of time. A suspension of senses. In  ’90’s Spain, where food, sex and pop culture are ways of expression.

Director Stefanos Koroneos is the General and Artistic Director of the Teatro Grattacieo. He brings with him the experience of having worked with some of the most distinguished directors and opera directors, including Franco Zeffirelli, Fabrizio Melano, Moisés Kaufman and Richard Bonynge. In 2021 he directed Mozart’s Idomeneo in Heraklion, Greece, followed by Mascagni’s L’amico Fritz for the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice. In 2022 he is directing a new production of Don Giovanni at the Apollon Theater in Syros, Phoenicia Festival of the Voice and Rhodes International Festival, and Giulietta e Romeo by Zandonai for Teatro Grattacielo in Battery Park City, New York.

The performance will also feature Maestro Jason Tramm leading the Light Opera of New Jersey Chamber Orchestra.

LONJ is a premier operetta, opera, and musical theater company founded in 1995 by William Corson and Lauran Corson, Artistic Director.

Purchase Tickets Here: Sieminski Theatre Tickets

 

Stefanos Koroneos
Stefanos KoroneosDirector
Jason Tramm
Jason TrammMusic Director
Suchan Kim
Suchan KimDon Giovanni
Lisa Algozzini
Lisa AlgozziniDonna Elvira
Madison Zahorsky
Madison ZahorskyDonna Anna
Diego Valdez
Diego ValdezDon Ottavio
Courtney San Martin
Courtney San MartinZerlina
Oliver Poveda
Oliver PovedaLeporello
Patrick Scully
Patrick ScullyMasetto
Steven Fredericks
Steven FredericksIl Commendatore