The story not only traces the brave deeds of its heroes, it also chronicles the conflict between two historic periods — the waning era of chivalry embodied in the Musketeers' courtly code of ethics, and the rise of the modern nation state embodied in the shrewd politics of Cardinal Richelieu. This clash of history is played out on an international stage chock full of swordfights, romance and heartbreak.
The young d'Artagnan arrives in Paris from his beloved Gascony to become a King's Musketeer and unintentionally insults the famous trio who challenge the young upstart to a duel. When the four are surprised by a gang of the Cardinal's guards, d'Artagnan springs into action and courageously helps the Three Musketeers to victory. Their alliance is continually tested until d'Artagnan outsmarts the Cardinal at his own game and is promoted to the uppermost ranks of Parisian society.
Continuing The Acting Company's 33-year commitment to producing the work of the world's greatest playwright, The Three Musketeers is presented in touring repertory with William Shakespeare's last great tragedy, Macbeth.
The Acting Company has performed 122 productions for more than two million people in the United States, London, Australia, Russia and Eastern Europe. Its Education Programs -- including master classes, student matinees and weeklong artistic residencies -- have reached tens of thousands of students. The Acting Company was founded in 1972 by John Houseman and current Producing Artistic Director, Margot Harley, with the first graduating class of The Juilliard School's Drama Division. Winner of the Obie, Audelco and Los Angeles Critics Awards for excellence, The Acting Company is a 2003 TONY Honoree for Excellence in Theater.
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Tuesday May 9 10AM & 7PM,Wednesday May 10 8PM, Tuesday May 16 7PM, Wed-Fri May 17-19 8PM, Saturday May 20 2PM & 8PM
Theater: Baruch Performing Arts Center
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New York, NY
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