Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 18
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PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N 'How Can You Be So Heartless?' Angela Nine as Dona Elvira pleads with David Williams as Don Juan (Left) not to discard her, as Don Juan's sidekick-servant Sganarelle, played by "William Beatti looks on apprehensively. The show opened last night at the University Theater. (Citizen Photo by Bruce Hopkins). University's 'Don Juan' More Athletic Than Lithe SHOW SCHEDULE APACHE DRIVE-IN "Sin in the City-' -- 7:07; "Tales of Paris" -- 6:34,- "The Ring" -- 10:24; "Carnival Slory" -- 11:40. CACTUS DRIVE-IN "Happiest Millionaire" -- 7:07, 10:44; "Cathy and (he Wildcat" -- 9:34. CATALINA "Smashing Time" -- 7, 10:15; "President's Analyst" -- 8:30. CINE EL DORADO "Carrwlol" -- fi. FOX-BUENA VISTA "The Graduate" -- «:30, 8:30, 10:30. FOX-TUCSON "Guess Who's Coming to Dlnrwr" -- 1, 3:12, 5:30, 7:40, 7:50. LOFT "The Lady Killers" -- 7:30; "The Fa- male" -- 9. MIDWAr DRIVE-IN "Billion Dollar Brain" -- 7:07, 11:18; "The Wicked Dreams of Poula Schutz" -- 9:20. MIRACLE DRIVE-IN "Jurfllo Book" -- 7, 9:40, "Charlie, the Lonesome Cougar' -- 8:25. PLAZA "Lanza Jus Pehas al Vienlo" -- 6, 9:31; "Vuclve el Norleno" -- 7:iO. PRINCE DRIVE-IN "Wait Until Dark" -- 7:07, 11:06; "Fit- zwllly" -- 9:19. RODEO DRIVE-IN "Who's Minding Ihe Mint" -- 7:07; "To Sir With Love" -· 9:09; "The Ipcress File" - 11:04. 22ND ST. DRIVE-IN "The Ballad of Josfe" -- 7, 10:40; "Luv" -- 9. NOGALES BUS SERVICE leave TUCSON for NOGALES 7:M, »:1S, Miti A.M. 4 »» 1»5/ 3:30, Slid, 4)44, itii, U:« P.M. leave NOGALES for TUCSON 7iO«, fil$, lliM. 11 ill A.M. * IMS, 3;s», 4i«, tttt, i:u, lins P.M. ·6yh«iM4 TirmlMl 711-sm . By MICHELINE KEATING Citizen Drama Critic The University of Arizona drama department had a go- round . with Moliere's "Don Juan" last night, a production that turned out to be more athletic than lithe. - Director William Prosser had a good idea going for him in giving some modern reflexes to the . old commedia dell'arte style. He rates A-plus for his iry and it isn't really his fault that the champagne failed to fizz. It requires considerable the- aler experience and sophistication to do this sort of thing well and the student actors just didn't have it. The broader the farce, the more gossamer it should be. Last night "Don Juan" had more of the substance of shaving lather. The kids seemed to be having a good time and Hell was pretty soactacular, but it didn't make the campus appear the hope of living theater. To begin with, the untranslu- cent translation was more like a schoolgirl's prose than Moliere wit. True, it is not the best of Moliere, being an early work that is seldom done. Still the lines last night, for the most p a r t , seemed stilted and frequently too long and difficult for the commedia del] arte to hurdle. ' As usual with University of Arizona drama productions, "Don Juan" has a lot of eye appeal. Carolyn Porter's stylized set, utilizing a stage upon a stage in contemporary lines, is most effective and enables the action to romp along at a good pace. The costumes are gay and colorful. By now almost everyone should be familiar with the Don Juan swan song, his life of lechery culminated by a descent into Hell. If you don't think this is a theme for comedy, then you don't know Moliere. Don Juan is played by David Williams, a young actor of considerable talent, most of which is wasted in this effort. He lept off the stage with agility and grace, but it failed to carry over into his reading of the lines. He played with a seriousness and sincerity that was out of key in the over-all tone of the production. The same holds true of Angela Nine's treatment · of Dona Elvira, whom Juan had stolen from a convent, seduced and deserted. She had her feet on the ground instead of her head in the clouds. The most successful performer was^ William Beattie as Juan's servant, Sganarelle. He was the only one who fully captured the flavor of commedia dell'arte, although an outstanding bit was contributed by Robert Colston as Don Gusman. The others in the large cast try hard, but they are in water too deep for their tyro talents. It was all pretty cute, particularly at the final curtain when the audience sits applauding an empty stage. But after all, one could hardly expect Don Juan to return for a bow after he has just gone to Hell in a burst of s'ame and smoke that the Ju- nior Chamber ol Commerce will have a hard time topping in its 4th of July pyrotechnics display. 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