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The Three Musketeers   
A Musical Adventure

Broadway Theatre, (11/11/1984 - 11/18/1984)
First Preview: Oct 26, 1984 Total Previews: 15
Opening Date: Nov 11, 1984    
Closing Date: Nov 18, 1984 Total Performances: 9

Category: Musical, Revival, Broadway
Description: A musical in two acts
Setting: France and England. 1626.

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Irvin Feld, Kenneth Feld, Ina Lea Meibach and Jerome Minskoff
Music by Rudolf Friml; Lyrics by Clifford Grey and P. G. Wodehouse; Book by William Anthony McGuire; New book by Mark Bramble; Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas, père; Music, vocal and fight arrangements by Kirk Nurock; Music orchestrated by Larry Wilcox; Dance arrangements by Wally Harper and Mark Hummel; Additional orchestrations by Bill Brohn, Harold Wheeler and Danny Troob
Directed by Tom O'Horgan (Appears in the program but may have left before opening) and Joe Layton; Choreographed by Lester Wilson
Scenic Design by Nancy Winters; Costume Design by Freddy Wittop; Lighting Design by Ken Billington; Sound Design by Jan Nebozenko
General Manager: Joseph Harris Associates, Inc.; Company Manager: Steven H. David
Production Stage Manager: Steven Zweigbaum; Stage Manager: Arturo E. Porazzi; Technical Supervisor: Jeremiah Harris
Music adapted by Kirk Nurock; Musical Supervisor: Kirk Nurock; Conducted by Gordon Lowry Harrell; Music Contractor: Seymour "Red" Press; Associate Conductor: Peter Phillips
Fight direction by Steve Dunnington; Casting: Slater-Wilson; General Press Representative: Jacksina and Freedman; Dance Captain: De Dwight Baxter; Voice and Speech Coach: Mary Warren; Photographer: Martha Swope
Janet AldrichEnsemble
Darlene AndersQueen Anne of France
Perry ArthurPatrick
Bill BadolatoThe Cardinal's Guard
Tina BelisEnsemble
Steven BlanchardEnsemble
Roy BrocksmithKing Louis XIII
Liz CallawayLady Constance Bonacieux
Michael DantuonoThe Compte de la Rochefort
Ed DixonCardinal Richelieu
J.P. DoughertyInnkeeper
Major Domo
Steve DunningtonThe Cardinal's Guard
De Beauverais
Elisa FiorilloEnsemble
Terri GarciaEnsemble
Susan GoodmanLaundress
Craig Heath NimThe Cardinal's Guard
Patty HolleyEnsemble
Jeff JohnsonEnsemble
Joseph KolinskiThe Duke of Buckingham
Steve MarderThe Cardinal's Guard
Mark McGrathThe Cardinal's Guard
Raymond PattersonSergeant Jussac
Susan PostelEnsemble
Michael PraedD'Artagnan
Peter SamuelCaptain Treville
Wynonna SmithEnsemble
Brent SpinerAramis
Marianne TatumMilady de Winter
Ron TaylorPorthos
Sal VivianoThe Cardinal's Guard
Chuck WagnerAthos
Faruma WilliamsThe Cardinal's Guard
Sandra ZigarsEnsemble
Swings: De Dwight Baxter, Kirsti Carnahan, Craig Frawley, Todd Lester and Jacqueline Smith-Lee
Understudies: Janet Aldrich (Lady Constance Bonacieux, Milady de Winter), Perry Arthur (Planchet), Steven Blanchard (Aramis), J.P. Dougherty (King Louis XIII), Elisa Fiorillo (Lady Constance Bonacieux), Craig Heath Nim (The Compte de la Rochefort, Treville), Patty Holley (Laundress), Jeff Johnson (D'Artagnan), Mark McGrath (Athos, Innkeeper), Susan Postel (Queen Anne of France), Peter Samuel (Cardinal Richelieu, Porthos), Sal Viviano (The Duke of Buckingham) and Faruma Williams (Sergeant Jussac)
Drama Desk Award
 1985 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee] 
  Marianne Tatum
music by Rudolf Friml; lyrics by P. G. Wodehouse and Clifford Grey
ACT 1 Sung By
PrologueThe Three Musketeers, King Louis XIII, Treville, Queen Anne of France, Lady Constance Bonacieux, Sergeant Jussac, Innkeeper, The Duke of Buckingham, The Compte de la Rochefort, Milady de Winter and D'Artagnan
Gascony BredD'Artagnan, Innkeeper and All
All For OneThe Three Musketeers
Only A RoseD'Artagnan and Lady Constance Bonacieux
My Sword And ID'Artagnan and All
Carnival of FoolsFull Company
L'Amour Toujours-L'AmourThe Duke of Buckingham and Queen Anne of France
Come To UsMilady de Winter and Sergeant Jussac
March of the MusketeersThe Three Musketeers, D'Artagnan and All
Bless My SoulCardinal Richelieu, Milady de Winter and The Compte de la Rochefort
Only A Rose (Reprise) Lady Constance Bonacieux, D'Artagnan and All
Act One FinaleD'Artagnan, The Three Musketeers and Full Company
ACT 2 Sung By
Vive La FranceKing Louis XIII and Company
The Actor's LifeThe Three Musketeers and D'Artagnan
My BelleD'Artagnan and Lady Constance Bonacieux
The ChaseFull Company
My Belle (Reprise) D'Artagnan and The Three Musketeers
DreamsThe Duke of Buckingham
L'Amour Toujours-L'Amour (Reprise) Milady de Winter
All For One (Reprise) The Three Musketeers and D'Artagnan
GossipThe Three Musketeers, D'Artagnan, Milady de Winter, Sergeant Jussac, Cardinal Richelieu, Lady Constance Bonacieux, Treville, King Louis XIII, Queen Anne of France and Full Company
FinaleFull Company