Young Performer's Edition       Recipient of The Charlotte B. Chorpenning Playwright Award                 In 1625, young d'Artagnan, a poor nobleman, leaves his family in Gascony and heads to Paris to fulfull his dream of becoming a Musketeer. On the way he meets Milady, the alluring agent of Cardinal Richelieu (and enemy of the Musketeers), and confronts a mysterious swordsman known as the formidable Count de Rochefort. Once in Paris, d'Artagnan unwittingly challenges all three of the “Inseparables”—Athos, Porthos, Aramis—to a duel. But when the Cardinal's guards arrive, d'Artagnan joins with the Musketeers instead, turning the sword fight into a Musketeer victory.             When d'Artagnan is called to action again to rescue the intriguing Constance Bonacieux, the queen's seamstress, he learns of Cardinal Richelieu's plot to destroy the Queen. Embracing the chance to prove himself worthy of Constance and of the uniform of a Musketeer, Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and d'Artagnan stand "all for one and one for all" and declare war on the Cardinal, bringing to the stage this world of romance, intrigue, and action as it was originally penned in 1844   by Alexander Dumas.                 Play by Max Bush. Based on the book,  The Three Musketeers , by Alexander Dumas.  The Three Musketeers Young Performers Edition  is presented through special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Inc.      

               

Young Performer's Edition

Recipient of The Charlotte B. Chorpenning Playwright Award

 

         In 1625, young d'Artagnan, a poor nobleman, leaves his family in Gascony and heads to Paris to fulfull his dream of becoming a Musketeer. On the way he meets Milady, the alluring agent of Cardinal Richelieu (and enemy of the Musketeers), and confronts a mysterious swordsman known as the formidable Count de Rochefort. Once in Paris, d'Artagnan unwittingly challenges all three of the “Inseparables”—Athos, Porthos, Aramis—to a duel. But when the Cardinal's guards arrive, d'Artagnan joins with the Musketeers instead, turning the sword fight into a Musketeer victory.

        When d'Artagnan is called to action again to rescue the intriguing Constance Bonacieux, the queen's seamstress, he learns of Cardinal Richelieu's plot to destroy the Queen. Embracing the chance to prove himself worthy of Constance and of the uniform of a Musketeer, Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and d'Artagnan stand "all for one and one for all" and declare war on the Cardinal, bringing to the stage this world of romance, intrigue, and action as it was originally penned in 1844 by Alexander Dumas.  

         Play by Max Bush. Based on the book, The Three Musketeers, by Alexander Dumas. The Three Musketeers Young Performers Edition is presented through special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing, Inc.

 

Directed by Sorrel McCarthy

Fight Choreography - James Esely

Stage Manager - Deborah Samuelson

The Three Musketeers Cast Photo Fall 2017.jpg

All for one and one for all! Our fall play was a huge success!

November 10 - 12, 2017


Questions? Contact us at info@getintotheact.org

historical musketeers.jpg