Three Musketeers

One of the most legendary and enduring stories of our time is coming to Boston this summer, and we’ve got a way you can save more than 50% on tickets. This June, the Greater Boston Stage Company will perform The Three Musketeers, the iconic tale of swashbuckling heroism, fraternity, and social commentary that has enthralled audiences for over 150 years. If you want to see The Three Musketeers like you never have before, we’ve got good news for you: Boston on Budget readers can get tickets through Goldstar.com at discounts of up to 60% while they last!

The Three Musketeers was first published in 1844 by French author Alexandre Dumas and tells the story of a young man named D’Artagnan who joins up with a trio of free-spirited soldiers. The four instantly team up for a slew of action-packed, comical adventures in which they strive to defend the common folk against the sinister Cardinal Richelieu.

This production by the Greater Boston Stage Company features all of the classic Three Musketeers adventures you may remember from the book, plus a number of new surprises to keep the production feeling contemporary.

Tickets for this timeless tale start at $50, but Boston on Budget readers can take advantage of an exclusive offer through Goldstar.com. While supplies last, readers can get tickets to The Three Musketeers as low as $20. All it takes is a free Goldstar membership which you can sign up for with any email address or Facebook account to score discounts to events like this one all year long.

The Three Musketeers will be performed Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays in June. Thursday performances are at 7:30 pm, Friday shows are at 8:00 pm, Saturday has two shows at 3:00 pm and 9:00 pm, and Sunday’s performances are at 2:00 pm. See here for a full list of dates and times.

The Greater Boston Stage Company is located at 395 Main Street, Stoneham, MA 02180. For more information call 781-279-2200 or visit GreaterBostonStage.org.

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