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3 Musketeers

Rob Bolland/Ferdi Bolland


Musical in two acts
Music and lyrics by Rob Bolland and Ferdi Bolland
Book by André Breedland
Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas Sr.
German translation by Wolfgang Adenberg and Ruth Deny
With the kind permission of Stage Entertainment Productions Ltd.

 

Vorverkaufstermine:

Premierenvorstellungen
Der Vorverkauf für Abonnenten
beginnt vorauss. Mo. 10. 8. 2020.

Der reguläre Vorverkauf beginnt
vorauss. Mo. 24. 8. 2020.

Wiederaufnahmen
Der Vorverkauf beginnt
vorauss. Mo. 10. 8. 2020.

 

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France, 1626: The daredevil D'Artagnan sets off for Paris to follow in his father's footsteps and become a musketeer of the royal guard. Alongside the musketeers Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, he fights against the schemes of the royal advisor Cardinal Richelieu, who, in order to strengthen his own position of power, persistently plots against the royal house. The Musketeers and D'Artagnan risk their lives to defend the Queen's honor against Richelieu and his spy, the mysterious Milady de Winter. However, when D'Artagnan falls in love with the beautiful chambermaid Constance, she faces danger as well...

Alexandre Dumas wrote his popular adventure novel in 1844 against the background of the political tensions surrounding Louis XIII, leading him to achieve cult status throughout the world. The successful musical of the Dutch producer duo Bolland/Bolland, who had previously composed for Falco and Status Quo, premiered in the Netherlands in 2003. Since then, it has thrilled audiences with rousing music ranging from rock songs to pop ballads and, of course, action-packed fencing scenes –  a real family musical!

Conductor Justus Tennie
Director Ulrich Wiggers
Set Designer, Costume Designer Leif-Erik Heine
Choreographer Kati Heidebrecht
Fight Director Klaus Figge
Dramaturg Hannes Föst
Chorus Director Philipp Schweizer,Martin Wagner

D’Artagnan Florian Peters   
Milady de Winter Katja Berg
Kardinal Richelieu Patrick Stanke
Athos Lucius Wolter
Aramis Dániel Rákász     
Porthos Benjamin Eberling     
Constance Katia Bischoff     
Königin Anna Jeanett Neumeister     
König Ludwig XIII./Herzog von Buckingham Andreas C. Meyer     
Rochefort Johannes Wollrab     
James/Conférencier Christoph Bangerter

Aufführungsdauer: 3:15 h (inkl. Pause)

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