Charles Morey’s stage adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ swashbuckling novel is rousing fun, with elegant costumes and revolving sets. Dumas himself frames the action, spinning out the story as the action happens in front of him. He interacts with his characters, rewriting them to suit the dramatic needs of the serialized storyteller. D’Artagnan and his three friends fight in the king’s musketeers for the honor of the queen, who is trying to hide her affair with the Duke of Buckingham. The evil Cardinal Richelieu and the scheming Milady de Winter try to foil their success at every turn. The adventure takes them to England and back as they fight for their king and queen.