The Three Musketeers

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All for one, one for all! Swashbuckling heroes seek fortune, love, and danger in Alexandre Dumas’ adventure tale, The Three Musketeers. With its themes of loyalty and honor and its exciting stage combat, this high-energy play is perfect for our summer stage at the PFI Historic Park in Ellicott City. Bring a picnic, your friends, and your whole family.  Gates will open 90 minutes before the performance  for picnicking.

Thanks to generous underwriters, children’s tickets for The Three Musketeers are FREE (ages 18 and under). Limit: Two free tickets for children per paid adult ticket.  This summer’s Free Shakespeare for Kids sponsors include BGE, The Community Foundation of Howard County,  The Allegis Group, and the Baltimore Sun Media Group. Please reserve children’s tickets in advance.

Make it a date or a gathering:  We have a limited number of picnic tables and café tables for two available for rent.  Picnic tables: $60.  Tables for two: $29.  Rental prices do not include show tickets. Reserve your table when you make your ticket purchase or call the Box Office at 410-244-8570.

CSC-in-the-Ruins is funded by the Howard County Arts Council, through a grant from Howard County Government.

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TICKET CALENDAR: For single tickets, use the calendar below. Choose your date, then click BUY TICKETS to make your purchase. To see the next month’s show dates, use the red arrows >> in the top corner of the calendar.

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CLICK HERE for FAQs  (directions, parking, picnicking, etc.)
The Ticket Tent at the PFI Historic Park is only open on show dates. The Ticket Tent will open 90 minutes before the show. Advance reservations online will end 4 hours before each show. The Box Office is in Baltimore, with regular phone hours Tuesday-Friday, Noon to 3pm. Box Office: 410-244-8570  Email boxoffice@chesapeakeshakespeare.com

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