Part 2 of MOZART'S DA PONTE-TRILOGy
Dramma giocoso in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Libretto: Lorenzo da Ponte
In Italian with Swedish surtitles. English synopsis in the programme booklet.
Running time approx. 3 hrs incl. one intermission.
Conductor • Marc Minkowski
Director • Ivan Alexandre
Costumes and design • Antoine Fontaine
Choreographer • Natalie van Parys
Lighting design • Tobias Hagström Ståhl
Wigs and makeup • Sofia Ranow
After the critically acclaimed Le nozze di Figaro in 2015 we now present the second part of Mozart's da Ponte-trilogy in collaboration with Marc Minkowski, Ivan Alexandre and Antoine Fontaine.
We will be telling the story of a character who is mysterious and well known, dangerous and amiable, loathsome and loveable. In our interpretation of the Mozart-Da Ponte trilogy it is actually a matter of a single role figure who moves from play to play and binds together the whole: An incredible libertine, in his youth known as Cherubino, in adulthood Don Giovanni, and finally, in old age, Don Alfonso. We are going to create an intimate and improvised scene, exactly like the theatres set up for the fairs and market days where Italian touring theatre troupes of the past appeared. Ivan Alexandre, director
Don Giovanni • Jean-Sébastien Bou
Commendatore • Krzysztof Baczyk
Donna Anna • Ana Maria Labin
Don Ottavio • Stanislas de Barbeyrac
Donna Elvira • Marie-Adeline Henry
Leporello • Robert Gleadow
Zerlina • Chiara Skerath
Masetto • Krzysztof Baczyk
Drottningholm Theatre Chorus
Drottningholm Theatre Orchestra
Row Price (SEK):
(0) –1 1 050:-
2 – 9 1 250:-
10 – 20 950:-
21 – 26 595:-
27 – 31 295:-
Sat 13 August 7.30PM PREMIERE
Mon 15 August 7.30PM
Wed 17 August 7.30PM
Fri 19 August 7.30PM
Sun 21 August 4PM
Tues 23 August 7.30PM
Thur 25 August 7.30PM
Sat 27 August 4PM
Theatre bus back to Stockholm after the performance SEK 100:-
The ticket prices incl V.A.T. and service fee.
Ticket are available online via Ticnet and in Stockholm at the Stockholm Tourist Center in Kulturhuset, Sergels Torg 3. We also sell tickets in the Theatre Shop.
Join a tour before you attend the performance
Before the evening opera performances we offer an extended guided tour of the unique theatre building. The tour starts at 16.30 and lasts approx. 45 minutes. In English and Swedish (you sign up for the language you prefer). Book when purchasing your tickets.
Esprit! Pre-performance talks in the Déjeuner salon
One hour before the performance we invite you to pre-performance talks.
The Déjeuner Salon Bar is open. Free entrance.
15 August at 18.30 Director Ivan Alexandre talks about his work with Don Giovanni. In English.
17 August at 18.30 "Don Giovanni - a Hero of the Enlightenment". Magnus Tessing Schneider, PhD in Theatre Studies and post-doctoral research fellow associated with the research project Performing Premodernity at Stockholm University. In English.
19 August at 18.30 "The History of the Drottningholm theatre. Theatre guide Pia Livebrant tells the story. In English.
21 August at 15.00 "The History of the Drottningholm theatre. Theatre guide Carl Ivinger tells the story. In English.
23 augusti kl 18.30 "The History of the Drottningholm theatre. Theatre guide Carl Ivinger tells the story. In English.
25 August at 18.30 "Don Giovanni - a Hero of the Enlightenment". Magnus Tessing Schneider, PhD in Theatre Studies and post-doctoral research fellow associated with the research project Performing Premodernity at Stockholm University. In English.
27 August at 15.00 TBA
Pre-order your programme booklet, a picnic, your interval refreshments and/or a bus back to Stockholm after the performance, when you book your tickets!
Take the boat to Drottningholm - enjoy our Opera package!
The most beautiful way to travel to Drottningholm is by steamship along Lake Mälaren's leafy shores. You take the boat at City Hall (Stadshuset) in Stockholm. In collaboration with Strömma we offer a lovely package a boat trip at 18.00, a two-meal dinner on board, the performance, and bus back to Stockholm.