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“The Three Musketeers,” Demorest

Ken Ludwig’s adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ tale. Directed by John F. Spiegel.

Dates/Times:

February 17 – 19, 7:30 – 9:30 pm

Sunday, February 20, 2:00 – 4:00 pm

Location: Swanson Center for Performing Arts & Communications, 365 College Drive, Demorest, GA 30535

Cost: $10 Adults, $5 Seniors and Students, Piedmont Faculty, Staff and Students are Free.
All tickets must be purchased through the Box Office so that we can maintain proper social distance in the Theatre. 

For more info: Piedmont Events, 800-277-7020; piedmont.edu, Call 706-778-8500 x1355 Monday thru Friday from 1-5 pm to purchase tickets.

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