The Count of Monte Cristo Scene Summary

It’s 1815 and Napoleon has recently been overthrown and the royalists have returned to France. This has left the entire country in turmoil with threats of death imposed for challenging the royals. Edmond Dantes is a young sailor from Catalan. He is on the rise and has everything a young man could wish for. A loving family, a promising career at sea and a beautiful bride to be. He will face the full force of tyranny & betrayal as he navigates bogus prison sentences, pirate ships and buried treasure in his quest to return to his home and family.

Act I
Scene 1: The Chateau D’If – 1829
Scene 2: The Dock at Fort Saint-Jean – 1815
Scene 3: Maison Dantes’ – 1815
Scene 4: A Field of Flowers – 1815
Scene 5: Dantes & Mercedes’ Wedding – 1815
Scene 6: Maison Villefort – 1815
Scene 7: The Chateau D’If – 1815
Scene 8: The Chateau D’if – 1815 to 1829
Scene 9: A Pirate Ship (The Young Amelia) – 1829
Scene 10: The Island of Monte Cristo – 1830

Act II
Scene 1: Maison Dantes’ – 1831
Scene 2: A Masked Ball – 1831
Scene 3: Banks of France – 1831
Scene 4: Maison Villefort – 1815
Scene 5: The Streets of France – 1831
Scene 6: Maison Danglars’ – 1831
Scene 7: A Courtroom – 1831
Scene 8: After The Opera – 1831
Scene 9: Dinner at Maison Mondego – 1831