Congragulations to Stanley on winning Best Actor in the Ken Ludwig's 2006 adaptation of The Three Musketeers, performed at The Alley Theatre in Texas and directed by Mark Shanahan.
The adaptation injects life, humour and a sense of wonder into the classic adventure tale, all of which Stanley emodies perfectly in his performance, according to the Houston Chronicle review written about the play here.
Stanley plays protagnoist D'Artagnan, a country boy who travels to Paris in hopes of being a musketeer - a prestigious defender of the king's realm. “He’s life. He’s courage. He’s youth. He’s a young man destined for adventure. He’s loving, passionate, kind, strong and also weak” says Stanley about the character.
We are so proud of Stanley for all that you are achieving over in America!