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Knickerbocker Theatre , (3/13/1899 - circa. 4/1899)
First Preview: Total Previews:0
Opening Date:Mar 13, 1899   
Closing Date:Closing date unknown Total Performances:40

Category: Play, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: A play in five acts
Setting: Paris, France during the Reign of Louis XIII

Production Staff
Theatre Owned / Operated by Al Hayman & Co.; Theatre Managed by Harry Mann
Produced by Daniel Frohman
Written by Henry Hamilton; Adapted from the famous romance, "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas, père; Incidental music by Frank Howson
Directed by William Seymour
Scenic Design by Unitt; Costume Design by Maurice Hermann and Isaac Bloom; Wig Design by L. Shaw
General Manager: V. E. Kennedy; Business Manager: Charles Bradley
Stage Manager: Murray Woods
Conducted by George Purdy
E. H. Sothern Raoul D'Artagnan
a youth from Gascony (age 18)
F. Beamish Servant to M. de Treville
Edward Belmar D'Estrees
Musketeer of the King's Guard
Geo. E. Bryant Aramis
Musketeer of the King's Guard
Rowland Buckstone M. de Trevelle
Captain of King's Musketeers
R.S. Carrington Jussac
of the Cardinal's Guards
John J. Collins Le Masle
usher to Richelieu
Norman Conniers Porthos
Musketeer of the King's Guard
Edith Crane Clarice
Countess de Winter (known as "Miladi")
Roydon Erlynne Athos
Comte de la Fére, Musketeer of the King's Guard
Owen Fawcett Mousqueton
servant to Porthos
C. P. Flockton Comte de Rochefort
Katherine Florence Gabrielle de Chalus
maid-of-honor to the Queen
Frank Greppo Bernajoux
of the Cardinal's Guards
Henry Hyde Le Cahusac
of the Cardinal's Guards
Daniel Jarrett De Chemerault
Musketeer of the King's Guard
Bessie Johnson Galliere
page to the Queen
May Johnson de la Fauconiere
page to the Queen
Arthur R. Lawrence Cardinal Richelieu
Prime Minister
Olga McArthur A Nun
Henry Miller Vernet
spy of Richelieu
R. Neill De Vieuville
of the Cardinal's Guards
Norman Parr John Felton
officer in the Duke of Buckingham's household
Kate Pattison-Selten Mother-Superior
of the convent at Bethune
Edna Phillips Toinette
maid to the Countess de Winter
Frank Raymond Bicarat
of the Cardinal's Guards
Morton Selten Louis XIII
King of France
Edgar Selwyn Dujart
spy of Richelieu
Marshall Stedman George Villiers
Duke of Buckingham
Ernest Tarleton Planchet
servant to D'Artagnan
Rebecca Warren Anne of Austria
Consort of Louis XIII, Queen of France