A truly swashbuckling staging of The Three Musketeers

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BY JACKIE HOUCHIN The word that most often describes Alexandre Dumas' "The Three Musketeers" is swashbuckling, and indeed you'd be hard pressed to find three (no, four) more swaggering, vociferous, impetuous, and confident fellows than his Aramis, … [Read more...]