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TRAVEL & ENTERTAINMENT: ‘All for fun and fun for all!’ as Marin Shakespeare Company continues its 2017 summer festival season with Ken Ludwig's "The Three Musketeers"

Jul 14, 2017
The Marin Shakespeare Company continues its 28th season as it presents a stage play by Ken Ludwig, “The Three Musketeers,” adapted from the novel by Alexander Dumas, and directed by Robert Currier. Performances are July 28 through August 27, 2017 at Forest Meadows Amphitheatre at Dominican University of California (890 Belle Avenue), San Rafael, CA.

“The Three Musketeers” is a comic, swashbuckling adventure for all ages, starring Jonah Robinson as D’Artagnan and Elena Wright as Milady, and featuring fight direction by Richard Pallaziol. This new version also introduces Sabine, D'Artagnan's sister. Posing as a man, Sabine is entangled in the adventures of D’Artagnan and his misfit Musketeers as they fight foes and defend the honor of their Queen.

Free pre-show and post-show conversations with a company artist or scholar are presented on select performance dates. Audiences are encouraged to bring picnics or purchase snacks at the Theatre Cafe. Warm clothing, jackets and blankets are recommended for evening performances. Parking is free.

For tickets ($10 to $37) or more information please phone (415) 499-4488 or visit www.marinshakespeare.org

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Photo caption: (Pictured L to R) Fight director and actor Richard Pallaziol and actors Jackson Currier and Patrick Russell strike the classic image for “The Three Musketeers.” Marin Shakespeare Company presents Ken (Photo by Steven Underwood)


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