Don Juan (musical)

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Don Juan is a musical written by Félix Gray in 2003. Don Juan was presented in Canada (mainly Quebec and Ottawa) and in France with a total of 600,000 viewers all over the world. The cast also went to South Korea. The soundtrack of the musical saw sales of more than 300,000 copies.[1] The show had a run until 2006.

The original cast was Jean-François Breau in the role of Don Juan and Marie-Ève Janvier in the role of Maria, as well as the 2012 revival.

Soundtrack[edit]

A double album was released containing the songs from the production. The songs were composed by Félix Gray and the orchestra was conducted by Guy St-Onge. Singers included Guy St-Onge, Antoine Cortes, Chico Castillo, Dominique Faure, Jorge Heredia and released on Cloutier.

Track list[edit]

(Songs not found in the soundtrack marked by **) (Songs not appearing in the show marked by *)

Disc 1 (Act 1)
  1. Ouverture ... Un grand homme est mort
  2. L'Homme qui a tout
  3. Cœur de Pierre
  4. Mon nom
  5. Dis-lui**
  6. Dites-lui
  7. Une meche de cheveux*
  8. Mon fils
  9. Les fleurs du mal
  10. Du plaisir
  11. Vivir
  12. Belle Andalouse
  13. N'as-tu pas honte?
  14. Les femmes
  15. Reste encore
  16. L'amour quand il vient
  17. Statue de Pierre
  18. Aimer
  19. Le Sang des soldats
Disc 2 - Act 2
  1. Les amoureux de Seville
  2. Changer
  3. Qui?
  4. Je pense à lui
  5. Deux à aimer* (This song does not appear in the 2012 revival (Replaced by L'amour est plus fort))
  6. Venge-nous
  7. Seulement l'amour
  8. Maria
  9. Jalousie
  10. Demain à l'aube**
  11. Pourquoi le bruit
  12. Pitie pour personne
  13. Les anges
  14. L'enfant du diable
  15. Seul
  16. Tristesa Andalucia
  17. Duel à l'aube
  18. Je meurs d'amour
  19. Don Juan est mort
Encore
  1. Les amoureux de Seville
  2. Changer* (This song does not appear in the 2012 revival (Replaced by Nous on veut de l'amour))

Actors[edit]

Original version
2012 version
  • Don Juan: Jean-François Breau
  • Maria: Marie-Ève Janvier
  • Don Carlos: Étienne Drapeau
  • Isabel: Amélie B. Simard
  • Elvira - Natasha St-Pier
  • Don Lui - Normand Lévesque

References[edit]