Compass A&E

For lovers of Mozart’s great opera, “Don Giovanni,” the idea of a lengthy conversation between the ever-amorous Don in hell and the commander he killed — whose daughter, Anna, the Don was menacing at the time (we think) — and the Devil is a big draw. 

“Don Juan in Hell,” however, is a George Bernard Shaw play — it’s actually the third act of Shaw’s “Man and Superman” — and we get lengthy discourses on Heaven (boring and no beautiful women), Hell (considerably better in both regards, says the Don),...