The Three Musketeers: Swordfighting, Romance & Adventure Under the Stars
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All offers for Shakespeare in the Park: The Three Musketeers have expired.
The last date listed for Shakespeare in the Park: The Three Musketeers was Sunday August 3, 2014 / 6:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from E Bosh
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The best show this summer. Laughter, sword fights every seven minutes and surprisingly good acting for community theater. Bring a blanket because it cools down a lot, but do yourself a favor and go enjoy this show while supporting one of Sacramentos traditions
This is an open-air venue. It’s recommended that you bring a blanket or sweater, as it can cool off at night.
The amphitheatre is equipped with backless benches. Arrive early if you wish to sit in the front lawn area, as it usually fills up first.
Short lawn chairs are allowed in the lawn area (no tall chairs are allowed). Taller chairs are allowed between or in front of the benches.
Stadium chairs are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis.
You may brings a picnic to snack on before and during the show.
About the Ticket Supplier: City Theatre at Sacramento City College
City Theatre is the performing arts program at Sacramento City College, part of the Los Rios Community College District, in Sacramento, California. Our program offers a variety of classes in acting, technical theatre, film studies and theatre history.
The City Theatre season consists of our Mainstage productions, Storytime children’s productions, and our touring children’s troupe the “Pennywhistle Players”. During the summer we move outdoors as the Producers of the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival.
City Theatre at Sacramento City College aims to bring to the Sacramento community a unified theatre experience, beginning with the best training available for anyone interested, put to the test in fine professional productions from the old to the new, which will, in turn, strive to speak as much as they can to all of Sacramento’s diverse communities.