Synopsis: The Three Musketeers


It is 1625, and eighteen-year-ole d’Artagnan is preparing to leave home for Paris with a desire to become a famous musketeer to “defend the king and protect the queen” of France. His father gives him last words of advice, his sword, and other parting gifts. He also sends d’Artagnan’s seventeen-year-old sister, Sabine, with him so that he may accompany her to school safely. She is the quintessential tomboy and would rather become a musketeer herself than go to school.

Sabine poses as d’Artagnan’s servant, and, as they travel, they quickly become entangled in numerous encounters with the most dangerous man in Europe, Cardinal Richelieu, as well as Rochefort, the captain of his guard, and the infamous Countess de Winter, known as Milady. They also become acquainted with the greatest heroes of the day—Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, the famous musketeers—and inadvertently join forces with them in defending the queen’s honor during a time of personal tumult all while protecting each other. “All for one. And one for all.”