The Three Musketeers

October 15-16

A Production by The Acting Company

Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas
Adapted by Kirsten Childs
Directed by Kent Gash

Tickets: $25-$35 or 4 for $90 using promo code 4FOR90 plus fees*

* Fees: All tickets will be charged a $2 per ticket service fee. For delivery by USPS, an additional $5 per order fee is applied. When tickets are purchased in person at the Queens Theatre Box Office, the service fee is waived.

See the first preview performances before it sets out on a national tour! This new adaptation, commissioned by The Acting Company, draws inspiration from an astonishing secret—that Dumas’ father, General Alex Dumas, was the highest-ranking person of color in a Western military until our own time. This adaptation will shed new light on this swashbuckling adventure and give a favorite story new importance. An inspiring tale filled with laughter and adventure, The Three Musketeers is a reminder to all that courage, honesty, and valor can change the world.

Illustration of 3 Musketeers character, D'Artagnan

Performance Schedule

Saturday, October 15 8:00 PM

Audio Description

The Saturday evening performance will offer Audio Description. Patrons may collect a headset from the Front of House team upon arrival at the theatre.

Sunday, October 16 3:00 PM

Open Captioning AvailableThe Sunday matinee will offer Open Captioning. Select seats in rows B-G on the left side of the theatre for the best view of the caption screen.

 Assisted listening devices are available at all performances in the Claire Shulman Theatre.  Ask a member of the front of house team upon arrivalto receive a headset.

Assisted Listening Devices Available

Creative Team

Kent Gash Headshot

Written by

Kirsten Childs

Directed by

Kent Gash

Scenic Design by Edward E. Haynes Jr.

Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward 

Lighting Design by Dawn Chiang 

Sound Design by Lindsay Jones 

Choreography by Byron Easley 

Fight Choreography by J. David Brimmer 

Voice and Speech Coaching by Xavier Clark 

Casting by Victor Vazquez
Intimacy Coordination by Ann James

Stage Management by Melissa Richter 

Childs Kirsten Headshot By Zack DeZon