Théâtre du Rêve presents
Code Noir: Les Aventures du premier « Comte de Monte Cristo »
(Black Code: The Adventures of the first “Count of Monte Cristo”)
written by Carolyn Cook
February 22, 2019-March 10, 2019
Théâtre du Rêve presents the story of General Alex Dumas, one of the most celebrated generals in the French Revolution. Born in the colony of St. Domingue to a French father and an African mother, Dumas came to France and rose to prominence under the revolutionary ideals of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. From glorious victories to wrongful imprisonment, he lived the kind of adventures his son, the writer Alexandre Dumas, would immortalize in classic novels like The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers.
Who was General Alex Dumas? Find out when you dive into the world of the first Dumas in this highly theatrical company-created show, set in a world of momentous political change!
What you need to know before you go:
Box office opens an hour before the show begins. If you have bought your tickets ahead of time, they will be waiting for you at the box office desk to pick up. Walk-up sales are allowed. If the show is sold out, a waiting list will begin when the box office opens for that particular show.
There is a parking lot behind the theatre, as well as street parking. Come early for a space! More information click here.
7 Stages is easily accessible via MARTA at the Inman Park/Reynoldstown Station Blue and Green lines, as well as Bus Routes 6 and 102.