Register New Player
Welcome to our world of fun trivia quizzes and quiz games:
Don Juan in the Arts
"The legend of Don Juan, the famous philanderer, has inspired many a work in all the arts. How many can you recognize?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
"The Libertine" is a play about Don Juan. Who wrote it?
This writer's "Don Juan, ou le festin de pierre" is the basis for a ballet of the same title. Who is the author?
Alexandre Dumas pere
Alexandr Pushkin wrote this 1839 play, which inspired the opera of the same title. What is it?
A Division of the Spoils
Days of Wine and Roses
The Devil's Trill
The Stone Guest
This Spanish play, "Don Juan Tenorio" (1844) is traditionally performed every year on:
New Year's Day
"Don Juan" is a posthumously published poem by Nikolaus Lenau (1802-50). What country was Lenau from?
Robert Browning wrote a poem about Don Juan; the last three words of the title are "at the Fair." Who was at the fair?
All of the following are works featuring Don Juan (or a Don Juan like character). Which one is not an opera?
Don Juan Suisse
Fraulein Don Juan
A Morte de D. Joao
Don Juan de Manara
"Don Juan in Hell" is a dreamlike third act of this play.
The Death of Marat
The Ghost Sonata
Man and Superman
The Master Builder
"Don Juan in America" is by novelist Eric Linklater (1899-1974). Where was Linklater from?
In "Don Juan de Marco" Johnny Depp plays a psychiatric patient who believed himself to be the great Don Juan. Who played the pyschiatrist?
(Last name starts with "B.")
Copyright, FunTrivia.com. All Rights Reserved.
Legal / Conditions of Use
Compiled Jun 19 13