The Cast of the Three Musketeers were little better than any good high school production. One bright spot was the actress/singer in the female role of Constance... well played and sung. The food was served in tiny portions, although fairly tasty.
Service was very poor. Servers at one point approached my husband and some other men in the audience during the show and said, "Sir, come with me." They were taken out to the lobby and asked to put on some sailor shirts (way too small for most men that were selected). When they had done so, they started bringing them back into the theater. Suddenly the server said, "We missed our cue, so never mind." My husband and the other 5 men missed a part of the show to no avail. Why?
The first 15 minutes of the show began with a opening dialogue and then they ran old movie clips from "Anchors Aweigh". Why? They also had a hoop dancer in the middle of the show. Although she was quite good again, one must ask...Why?
Musical selections came from other musicals and the singers altered lyrics to fit this show. (Carnival, Phantom, Scarlet Pimpernel).
Parking was $5 on the premises. Why? The building was shabby and in need of upkeep. The original reviews and hype for the show seemed promising in March when we purchased a trio of vouchers but by June something had definitely withered. We sadly can NOT recommend.
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