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'Three Musketeers' opens tonight at The Barn

Erica Dischino / Tribune Dave Holmquist, from top left, Charlie Orth, Steve Verhelst, Anton Switajewski and Ben Mooberry, front, perform a sword fight during a scene from “The Three Musketeers.” The production opens tonight and runs through Aug. 24 at The Barn Theatre in downtown Willmar.1 / 4
Erica Dischino / Tribune Diane Drager performs during a dress rehearsal of “The Three Musketeers” Sunday evening at The Barn Theatre in Willmar. 2 / 4
Erica Dischino / Tribune Dave Holmquist holds his sword in preparation for a fight during a dress rehearsal of “The Three Musketeers” Sunday evening at The Barn Theatre in downtown Willmar. 3 / 4
Erica Dischino / Tribune “The Three Musketeers” cast members Jordan Taylor Arndt, from left, Terry Brunson and Maddie Schiller perform Sunday evening during a dress rehearsal at The Barn Theatre in Willmar. 4 / 4

WILLMAR — The Barn Theatre presents "The Three Musketeers" at 7:30 p.m. today through Saturday and Aug. 20-24.

Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for ages 18 and younger and are available at the box office or by calling 320-235-9500 or online at thebarntheatre.com.

"The Three Musketeers is one of the most rousing adventures of all time. There are legendary heroes and conniving villains all tumbling down a path of intrigue, romance, danger and merriment," director Tom Orth writes.

"Every audience will find itself on the edge of their seats as evil 'Milady' will stop at nothing to maintain her position of influence. Her misfortune is challenging a young courageous D'Artagnan who will stop at nothing to join The Musketeers of 1620's France and help save the kingdom.

"The playwright, Ken Ludwig, best describes his writing as a recreation for the stage of 'the single greatest family of swashbuckling characters ever put in a single story!'"

Members of the cast, in alphabetical order, are Anton Switajewski, Andrew Benson, Terry Brunson, Benjamin T. Mooberry, Charlie Orth, David H. Holmquist, Diane Drager, Ellie Brown, Jordan Taylor Arndt, Madeleine Schiller and Steve Verhelst.

The vocal director is Terry Brunson and the fencing choreographer is Charlie Orth.

Lights/sound are by Dominique McPhail.

Quincy Roers is the set design technician.

Costumes are by Pam Klein.

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