Musketeer Melodrama

Don’t miss this creative retelling of the classic Three Musketeers. Much of the same cast that we enjoyed in Great Expectations will return to the stage.

Due to the flooding of the Deer Park High School in February, and the damage sustained by the building, several events have been postponed, including the Homelink theater production. The play, originally scheduled for April, has been bumped to May 10th and 11th.

When asked if the high school theater would be ready in time for the production, homelink theater teacher Sharlene Steverding said, “I have been told progress is on track and should be fine for May events.”

“The Thrilling Tale Of The Three Musketeers” is a comedic take on an old favorite. There are 24 students playing 40 roles; Steverding said the play is like a melodrama, with very creative costuming. The play synopsis promises that “this fun show is full of laughs, adventure, love and huge thrills!”

Though the shows are free, tickets are required for the Saturday showings as the theater fills up quickly. Tickets will be available at the homelink building.

Showtimes for both Friday and Saturday are 3pm and 7pm.  

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