The noted swashbucklers get the musical treatment under the watchful eye of three professionals — guest New York director Jeffrey Corrick, musical director Ginger Newman and choreographer Kate Adams-Johnson. Clint Jefferies and Paul L. Johnson’s adaptation of the 1844 Alexandre Dumas novel received mixed reviews in its 2005 off-Broadway debut, which Corrick directed. (Compressing such an eventful tale into a clear, cohesive scenario in an acceptable theatrical running time seemed to be a major issue.) Nevertheless, the tale of the young D’Artagnan, who finds adventure and glory in Paris with the king’s musketeers, is a popular one that has been successfully dramatized in other media, and there’s a good mix of veteran community players and younger talent on hand here to make for a worthy and worthwhile effort. And don’t forget: Dinner is served. You can cheer on the swordsmen while you savor a three-course meal.