Yes the dashing quartet, Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D’Artagnan, and their swashbuckling deeds of derring do, are back in town at the Genesian theatre. This version, an adaptation by was a recent hot ticket at the Bristol Old Vic in the UK.
Based on the much loved tale by Alexandre Dumas, the simplified yet still complicated twists and turns of this epic story of ‘heroism, valour, treachery, close escapes and above all honour’ are told in short, sharp scenes.
Will D”Artagnan with the help of his friends retrieve the Queen’s necklace in time for her to wear it at the ball ?Will D’Artagnan officially become a Musketeer fulfilling his dream ? What of Constance, the Queen’s maid that he falls in love with? And what exactly are the Cardinal and Milady plotting behind the King’s back ? Continue reading The Three Musketeers @ The Genesian Theatre→
The setting sun over Balmoral Beach on a warm summer’s evening provided the perfect backdrop for a highly enjoyable night’s entertainment of Shakespeare’s THE TEMPEST presented by Bard on the Beach.
For 25 years Shakespeare by the Sea was a benchmark for outdoor Shakespeare in Sydney. Founded and curated by David MacSwan, the Company performed some twenty Shakespeare plays at the beach with its closing season in 2011 after MacSwan’s sudden death from a pulmonary embolism early on in the final summer