Willis Hall brings Dumas' swashbuckling adventure to the stage in this tongue-in-cheek version of "The Three Musketeers". D'Artagnan, a poor, young Gascon gentleman, goes to Paris to join King Louis XIII's musketeers and is befriended by three members of that force and shares their adventures.
Following his earlier adaptations of the novels "Jane Eyre" and "Mansfield Park" for Sheffield's Crucible Theatre, Willis Hall brings Dumas' swashbuckling adventure to the stage in a fast-moving tongue-in-cheek version. D'Artagnan, a poor, young Gascon gentleman goes to Paris to join King Louis XIII's musketeers, is befriended by three valiant members of that force - Athos, Porthos and Aramis, and shares their adventures, foiling the evil plans of Cardinal Richelieu and Milady de Winter to discredit Louis' wife Anne and expose her love for the Duke of Buckingham. The play's structure is flexible so that it may be presented simply with the minimum of scenary and plenty of audience participation to give a "carnival-type" atmosphere.
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