The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Time & Location
About The Event
The Three Musketeers
By Alexandre Dumas
Directed by Karen Dieruf
Thurs, Dec 9 at 7:30pm
Fri, Dec 10, at 7:30pm
Sat, Dec 11 at 7:30pm
Sun, Dec 12 at 2:00pm
Advance Online: $17
At the Door: $20
proof of vaccination required for entry
Historically costumed France 1625 - Story focuses on the \'True Love\' Royal Court Intrigues of Queen Anne and the Duke of Buckingham with the ever-present Cardinal Richelieu\'s Power maneuvering to defeat the Musketeers and elevate, himself: Richelieu with his Cardinal\'s Guards to the King\'s high favor - 5 Rapier Sword fights. ORT\'s production of The Three Musketeers weaves the journey of D’Artagnan an energetic teenager, seeking fame, fortune, romance, and personal glory by leaving his home village in France. Soon after he sets off on his life adventure, he discovers reality is not quite what he expected.
He meets and befriends the three Musketeers who team up to fight for the Queen’s honor against the Cardinal Richelieu and his Guards. He encounters many obstacles and personal challenges and even sadness while striving to reach his heartfelt goal to become a Musketeer. In the end D\'Artagnan learns the lesson of being a true Musketeer - and - Alexandre Dumas\' message to everyone: written in 1844: One for All and All for One.
Advance Online: $17
At the Door: $20
About the Company
The Open Road Theatre is a non-profit: 501© 3 org. (since 2004) Theatre Education Performance Company - from the North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts. ORT relocated to Rochester (2016) dedicated to build The Open Road Theatre company afresh with and for the Rochester and surrounding communities: All-inclusive for the benefit of everyone. Theatre for All Ages The Open Road Theatre\'s shows are multi-age casts: - Youth: Ages: High School, Middle School, Elementary and College -- with Theatre Adult Professional: actors, tech and designers as mentors - in full-length - scripted dramas - not musicals - high quality production values - based upon classical beloved stories and plays - costumed in historical times - for the benefit of families, friends and Rochester Community At-Large. Youth Casting is all-inclusive with no cuts – All youth who wish to be in an ORT show are cast in a role suited to his, her or their natural talents and abilities.
ORT – Youth participation is a tuition-based, theatre education performance company. Scholarships available upon request. All Casting is Multi-Culturally Diverse and Inclusive – Youth – Adult – All heritages, genders, races, economic backgrounds, personal challenges – Together – in one show for the benefit of family, friends and general public of the Greater Rochester Communities.
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France: D’Artagnan’s Family: Mother – Kim Moronski Father – Jeremy Sarachan D’Artagnan – Jack Mountain Planchet: D’Artagnan’s servant – Nick Samper Cardinal’s Entourage: Cardinal Richelieu –-- Roger Gans Cardinals’ Guards: Rochefort – Jon Christiano Jussac - Cassie Busemi Varlot - Nate Taylor Musketeers Headquarters: Captain Treville - Andy Cowen Athos – James Lockhart Porthos – Ron Dufort Aramis – Vince Dalba Sebastien – Musketeer Guard - Alan Cvetkoski Royal Court: King Louis XII – Dan Hoak Queen Anne of Austria – Kesha Sharee Hartzog Queen’s Attendants: Constance Bonacieux – Cecilia Samper Dona Estefana - Allana Jackson Milady’s Entourage: Milady de Winter – Misty Lynn Stratton Count de Wardes – Wyatt Doremus Kitty…Milady’s personal attendant – Cedya Lenio Bonacieux family: Bonacieux – Uncle to Constance – John Gaehring Constance Bonacieux - Bonacieux niece – Cecilia Samper England: Duke of Buckingham – Joe Chacon Lady Ackerly - Kenya Malcolm Countess de Winter - Kat Rina Davis
- Thurs, Dec 9 at 7:30pm$17$170$0
- Fri, Dec 10, at 7:30pm$17$170$0
- Sat, Dec 11 at 7:30pm$17$170$0
- Sun, Dec 12 at 2:00pm$17$170$0