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The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers
Adapted by Max Bush from the novel by Alexandre Dumas.

Cast: 25m., 10w. (15m., 5w. with doubling. Many small roles and extras possible.) "Do not hesitate to act, or you may lose the chance that Fortune, in her wisdom, offers you." With this advice from his father, and to fulfill his dream of becoming a musketeer, d'Artagnan heads for Paris and into a world of romance, intrigue and action. En route he meets Milady, the alluring agent of Cardinal Richelieu, and makes an enemy of the formidable Count de Rochefort. In Paris, d'Artagnan unwittingly challenges all three of the Inseparables—Athos, Porthos, Aramis—to a duel. When the cardinal's guards arrive, d'Artagnan joins with the musketeers, turning the sword fight to a musketeer victory. Soon he is called to action again to rescue Constance Bonacieux, the queen's seamstress, with whom he falls in love. Through Constance, d'Artagnan learns of the cardinal's plot to destroy the queen and embraces the chance to prove himself worthy of Constance and the uniform of a musketeer. Athos, Porthos, Aramis and d'Artagnan declare war on the cardinal and both sides enter into an escalating and treacherous battle for love and power. There is also a version for young audiences (70 to 75 minutes). Area staging. Approximate Running Time: 3 hours, 5 minutes.

Play details
Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  Full-Length
Catalog Code:  TD2
Cast Size:  35
No. of Act(s):  4
Pages:  175
Royalty:  $75.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $8.95
Approx. Running Time:  185 min.
Categories
Target Audience: High School | College and Adult
Performing Group: High Schools | College Theatre | Community Theatre
Genre: Drama | Literary Classic
ISBN (10): 1583420444
Publication Date: 05/07/2001
Biographies
Max Bush is a freelance playwright and director whose plays are widely produced on professional, educational and amateur stages across the country. He's won many awards for his work including the Distinguished Play Award from AATE, the IUPUI National Playwrighting Competition, and Individual Artist Grants from Michigan Council for the Arts. He's been commissioned by the Nashville Academy Theatre, Emmy ...More
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This title can be licensed/sold throughout the world
* Please note that royalties quoted in our catalog are intended for K-12 schools with a standard curriculum only. All other producing groups must submit a completed application.


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