The three-act ballet opens with three women eager to seduce their humble servant, Don Juan. One by one, they slink out of their chairs for a turn with the handsome guy in tight skinny jeans and pointy boots. “It’s definitely good for adult date night and couples without their kids,” said Maxim Tchernychev, who stars as the legendary lover and scoundrel. And things really heat up when the nobleman discovers…

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“In Limón, the line is balletic, but from a different principal,” he said. “You oppose constant gravity; stretch an arm in one direction, and a leg in the other. It’s classical Humphrey-Weidman opposition. The struggle makes us human. I am Mexican and male, but I live in America and share my life with a woman. Those oppositions create people, and powerful dance.”

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