Donald Yuan ( Don to his friends) has led a life of tearing through elite universities, , fast cars and women (fast or otherwise). But this life has caught up with him, and Don Yuan is in court. His past comes back to haunt him, in more ways than one. Three women who know him too well are witnesses for the prosecution. And that's just act one.
Don Juan returns in a new comedy liberally adapted from the 17th Century Spanish masterpiece "The Rogue Of Seville" (El Burlador De Sevilla) by Tirso de Molina, with some help from Italian librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte.