Columbia University School of The Arts Presents DON JUAN COMES BACK FROM THE WAR Directed by Kim Kerfoot
Columbia University School of the Arts is proud to present Kim Kerfoot's (Columbia MFA Directing Candidate 2018) production of Don Juan Comes Back from the War.
Don Juan is back from the War and Berlin is crumbling. After years of abstinence, the Don is ready for more of the debauchery that made his name, but amidst political and economic upheaval he finds himself increasingly at odds with the man he used to be.
* Appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
Dramaturg: Ryan Patrick Ervin, Producer: Mei Li Heman, Production Stage Manager: Alison R. Simone, Stage Manager: Aimee-Marie Holland, Assistant Stage Manager: Taeuk Kang, Company Manager: Nicole Kramer, Composer / Co-Sound Designer: Ben Morris, Co-Sound Designer: Row Walters, Scenic Designer: Andrew Moerdyk, Costume Designer: Lily Prentice, Lighting Designer: Stacey Derosier, Fight Choreographer: Mark H., Graphic Designer: Anchuli Felicia King
Don Juan Comes Back from the War will run for a strictly limited engagement at The Lenfest Center for the Arts at 615 W. 129th St. Performances are March 7-10 at 8 pm, with a 2 pm matinee Saturday, March 10.
Tickets: $15 General Admission/ $5 Seniors/ FREE with Student ID (enter code: "STUDENT").
Director: Kim Kerfoot
Kim Kerfoot is a South African director and co-founder of the award-winning Instant Arts Collective - which has produced seven plays at theatres in South Africa and abroad as well as at six national and international festivals. Kim's award-winning production of Athol Fugard's Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act transferred to The Fugard Theatre on Mr. Fugard's recommendation, and was a part of the critically acclaimed Assembly South African Season in Edinburgh 2012. In 2017 Kim was Anne Bogart's Assistant Director on Lost in the Stars, and directed Wrecked at the National Theatre of Croatia Ivan pl. Zajc. Most recently Kim directed readings of Erica Murray's All Mod Cons and Seamus Collins's Away With The Fairies for Origin's 1st Irish Festival Vital Voices, in partnership with the Lyric Theatre in Belfast.
About Columbia University School of the Arts:
The Oscar Hammerstein II Center for Theatre Studies at Columbia University School of the Arts presents a season of thesis actor and director productions as well as a festival of new plays by emerging playwrights each year. The Theatre Program at the School of the Arts offers MFA degrees in: Acting, Directing, Playwriting, Dramaturgy, Stage Management, and Theatre Management & Producing. For more information about the Theatre Program, visit http://arts.columbia.edu/theatre.