The Three Musketeers

By Alexandré Dumas
Adapted by Charles Morey
Directed by Edward Stern

November 27 - December 27 , 1996

1996-1997 Mainstage Season

The Story

The high style, high life and hijinks of swashibuckling adventurers in 17th Century France will engage and delight your imagination. Action, adventure, dash, duels, derring-do and romance all pour out onto the stage in this energetic new version of Dumas’ classic tale.

Creative & Production Staff

Fight Choreographer: Drew Fracher
Scenic Designer: John Ezell
Costume Designer: Dorothy Marshall Englis
Lighting Designer: Phil Monat (credited as "Phillip Monat")
Stage Manager: Glenn Dunn
Assistant Stage Manager: Scott De Broux
Casting: Rich Cole


Anderson Matthews (Alexandré Dumas/Monsieur de Treville/O'Reilly/The Stranger)
Charles Antalosky (Cook/Innkeepers/Antoine)
Michael James Reed (Comte de Rochefort)
Joe Palmieri (Father/Bonacieux/Harbor Master)
Timothy Gulan (D'Artagnan)
Douglas Mumaw (Jussac)
James Gall (Bicarat)
Nancy Bell (Milady de Winter)
Mark Mineart (Porthos)
Gregory Simmons (Aramis)
Thomas Schall (Athos)
Noble Shropshire (Louis XIII: King of France/Felton)
Brian A. Peters (Planchet)
Jackie Farrington (Constance Bonacieux)
Anne Newhall (Anne of Austria: Queen of France)
Greg Thornton (George Villiers: The Duke of Buckingham)
Jane Stoub (Madame de Lannoy)
Joneal Joplin (Armand Jean Duplessis: Cardinal Richelieu)
Jami Lee Gertz (Kitty)

Citizens of Meung/Musketeers/Cardinal's Guards/Huguenots/Court Dancers/Disreputable Types/Beggars/Whores/Ambushers/Nuns/Seamen: Randy Lee Bailey, John Bellomo, Jackie Farrington, James Gall, Jami Lee Gertz, Douglas Mumaw, Noble Shropshire, Wayne Stemmler, Jane Stoub, Jacob Daniel Thomas, Greg Thornton

Sponsorship & Support

Major Sponsor: UMB Bank of St. Louis

Additional support was generously provided by Joanne and Joel Iskiwitch.