The Americana Theatre Company is a lovely troupe comprised of sword wielding, dramatic, laughter-inducing, thespians. I adore them. And I loved their rendition of The Three Musketeers.
This is the third time me lady and I have made the trek to Plymouth to see one of their shows and support their company. This is the second time I’ve been able to take photos for them. What a blast. This show is action-packed and lends itself to engaging poses… Poses being used very loosely. I shot this live with stage lighting. In other words, I had no directing ability. Just shoot what I can. It was a fun challenge.
The show has gotten solid press at Examiner, On Boston Stages, Wicked Local Carver, Fay Observer. The Examiner article echoes my sentiments: “Filled with expertly crafted fight scenes, clever special effects, and a wealth of humor and heart, Americana Theatre Company’s summer production of ‘The Three Musketeers’ lives up to its blockbuster status live on stage! Catch the show in its final performances through Saturday, July 25 at the Spire Center for the Arts, 25 ½ Court Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts.” If you’re able to make it to Plymouth, do it. And have a lovely time.
For those of you unable to make it to the show, here are some of my shots:
Prints can be purchased at this link.