A palace, a seashore, a forest, Don Juan's lodging, and the countryside.
Hypocrite and reckless libertine Don Juan moves from one intimate conquest to the next, abandoning multiple wives and deceiving countless others. One of his latest victims, the chaste Elvire, has even left the convent for him. As Don Juan's wild ways begin to catch up to him, he is threatened by Elvire's brothers, rebuked by his own father, and repeatedly warned by his sanctimonious servant, but he refuses to believe that he will ever face the consequences of his actions. Scorning naysayers to the point of staging a phony religious conversion, Don Juan ignores the signs, even a statue of a dead man that comes to life, warning him of Heaven's pending retribution.