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Meet Fairfax County's storytellers, and then create your own travel story.
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Virginia Opera presents Mozart’s wildly popular Don Giovanni, an enthralling opera from its thrilling overture up through its breathtaking final scene. This womanizing scoundrel, better known as Don Juan, has a list of amorous conquests so long it takes his attendant an entire aria just to name them all! Three of the Don’s former lovers pursue him attempting to get revenge, and in the end, the devious rogue finally gets his comeuppance when he refuses to repent from his evil ways. This captivating masterpiece is filled with deep human tragedy, uproarious comedy, powerful music, and the soaring voices of the Virginia Opera in a luscious production. Sung in Italian with English supertitles.