November 15-16, 2013
Friday and Saturday
Dennis and Angie Lehane
The Studio@620, Roxanne Fay, and The Salvador Dali Museum are teaming up to present staged readings of "Don Juan in Hell" by George Bernard Shaw. "Don Juan in Hell" is part of the third act of the play, “Man And Superman,” by George Bernard Shaw, and consists of a philosophical debate between Don Juan and the Devil, with Dona Ana (Don Juan’s recently deceased former paramour) and the Statue of Don Gonzalo (Ana's father) observing and interjecting. A spirited debate regarding heaven and hell, of good and evil, and of human purpose.
The readings at the Studio @ 620, on Friday and Saturday November 15-16 will include the talents of John Fleming (Former Tampa Bay Times Performing Arts Critic), Todd Olson (Artistic Director of American Stage Theatre), David Warner (Editor of Creative Loafing) and Roxanne Fay (Three times Creative Loafing's Best Actress award winner) under the direction of Bob Devin Jones (Artistic Director of the Studio @ 620). Performances will be underscored by guest musicians Ella Fredrickson, cello and Irv Goldberg, bass.
Admission: $20/$15 Studio 620 Members, students, seniors. RSVP to Studio@620 by calling 727-895-6620.
Additional readings will also be held at The Dali Museum. To attend performances at The Dali please call 727-823-3767.