The tone is set immediately at “The Three Musketeers” — which opened tonight at Homestead High School — with an acrobatic sword fight between d’Artagnan and his father. They run and roll and spin and lunge, steel flying, and it takes a while before we’re sure this isn’t a case of family dysfunction gone horribly … More All for One! One for All!
When someone talks in your free ear at the same time someone is talking on headset.
Ken Ludwig — best known for farces Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo — adapts Alexandre Dumas’s 1844 novel. Set in 1625 France, it’s a story familiar from hundreds of stage and screen versions. Ludwig’s jokey script is written like an action film: brief scenes provide exposition (including a montague recap to start Act II) and character … More The Three Musketeers Review
Who do you play? I play one of the three musketeers, Aramis; the religious lady’s man. (hehe) What’s challenging about bringing this script to life? Probably? Overall just trying to bring out our characters as the script says but also balancing out our own aspects and visions. (So basically making sure the improv add ins … More Meet the Artist: Leila Mohsenian
Who do you play? Rochefort, or Rochfart depending on what mood I’m in. What’s challenging about bringing this script to life? For me it’s all the fighting. I have a knee injury and some days after fighting I would limp home and ice it all night. It’s so much fun though so, oh well. What … More Meet the Artist: Sam McWilliams
Written by: Caroline Ferrero (2019) Hi! Welcome to my artist page. I am a junior at Homestead. Some of my interests include acting (obviously), and learning about multimedia production. I also like to draw. I am hoping my art background and my interest in multimedia production will help me get into a career involving animation. … More Meet the Artist: Caroline Ferrero