Author: Tirso de Molina
This story outlines the crazy life of a certain Don Juan. Act I shows Juan pretending to be the King of Spain at night. He tricks the Queen into thinking this and narrowly escapes the guards. His uncle, Pedro, is angry but protects him. We move to Tisbea, who is liberated from love. Tisbea nurtures Juan after he nearly drowns, and because of his bravery, she falls in love with him. The King promises Juan's hand in marriage to a man's daughter. Juan is also warned for the 1st time that he will pay for his sins of seduction.
Act II- a lot of marital checks and balances take action, and Juan marries Isabela, the woman he apprehended in Act I.
Act III- Isabela, Aminta, and Tisbea all meet (the past is coming back to haunt Juan). Juan invites a statue to his home as a joke, but he is haunted and the statue shows up. The ghost tortures and kills Juan. The scene moves to everyone who has been wronged by him complaining to the king. News of his death arrives, and the 3 women are considered widows.