About The Play
Les Newman’s half-brother Jonathan is in Seattle to compose a concerto inspired by the legendary Don Juan, but it seems he’d rather study the arts of seduction than actually write the score. Meanwhile, Les is too busy getting his own heart broken to pay much attention as the eager composer zeroes in on his ultimate challenge: a reticent receptionist with a savagely sad secret of her own.
THE DON JUAN CULT CONCERTO explores the often brutal— often brutally hilarious— territory of unbridled romantic rapacity, as two men and three women each come separately to a single inevitable conclusion: no matter how you see yourself— predator or prey— you are, like it or not, always and forever, a member of the cult.
|2009||Seattle||NSCC Stage One|
|2004||Seattle||A Contemporary Theatre: FringeACT Festival|