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Local Students Bring “The Three Musketeers” to Life

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Sword-fighting, romance, political betrayal, comedy and charm are all part of the experience when 41 local homeschool drama students lend their talent to this first-class production of “The Three Musketeers”.  After almost 120 hours of preparation since the start of the school year, the performance promises to have audiences of all ages laughing, wincing, and sitting on the edge of their seat. The High School Drama Class from Homeschool Connections in Woodinville is opening their two weeks of performances of “The Three Musketeers” on May 3rd at the Snohomish County PUD auditorium in Everett.

Three Musketeers Image 1(Courtesy photo)

Behind these talented thespians are two theater professionals and over 45 parents who’ve invested over 400 hours to teach, equip, build amazing sets, and sew beautiful costumes. The professional team includes Marianni Groves, Drama Director and Founder/Director of MM Artist Coaching, and Jason Marr, fight choreographer, actor, voice-over artist, writer, and director. When teacher and Drama Director Marianni Groves was asked what’s at the core of theater coaching, she shared, “Preparing them for and helping them expand their artistic journey.”
Performances were held May 3rd through 11th at the Snohomish County PUD headquarters,

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