The Three Musketeers
Large Cast: 19M, 22F, 30 Either
Approx. Running Time: 105 min
Music: Excerpts and pieces from Offenbach’s Gaite Parisienne
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The Musketeers motto of friendship and loyalty has spurred the French into action for centuries, but none more so than our young hero D’Artagnan, a country boy come to Paris to become a Musketeer. Along the way, he befriends three of the Musketeers most brave, cunning, and hilarious swordsmen, Athos, Porthos, Aramis. Together they defend the honor of king and country while charming the wenches and ladies of Paris. But under the swoons and sword clanking, there are hushed whispers of a conspiracy--a plot to kill the king, destroy the queen and dispatch the Musketeers forever!
Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas, The Three Musketeers, is an adventure that storms the stage with blades flashing. Swashbuckling, romance and laughs, The Three Musketeers will inspire love and loyalty from the audience to the stage.