Although The Sound of Music is known as a classic movie from 1965, it began as a musical from Rodger and Hammerstein in 1959. They featured charming and iconic leads like Julie Andrews and Mary Martin. Now is your chance to see this amazing performance in person. Goldstar is offering tickets at nearly half-price for our lucky readers to experience The Sound of Music just a short ride outside of Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts. It’s one of the best things to do in Boston this weekend!
This brilliant musical is based on Maria von Trapp’s memoir from Austria in the 1930s. Just before World War II, Maria takes a job caring for the von Trapp family’s seven loveable children. After becoming very close with all of the kids, she grows fond of the widowed father along the way. Accompanied by the most charming songs, this musical is impossible not to leave the theater without humming along.
After winning five Tony Awards at its debut in 1959, Richard Rodger and Oscar Hammerstein’s epic music still draws ears. From the title song “The Sound of Music” to the everlasting “My Favorite Things” this musical has you not only singing along to every word, but dancing and swaying to the music as well. You will be blown away by the lead performances. Elliot Norton Award winner Aimee Doherty and IRNE Award nominee Mark Linehan star as Maria and Captain Won Trapp.
A story for all ages, this show can be enjoyed by everyone in the family. During its run, you can check out The Sound of Music for under $35 each — nearly 50% off the regular price. At this price, everyone can enjoy the iconic music that’s made decades of audiences smile. As a Boston on Budget reader, you get this link to Goldstar’s special deal on tickets. Because these tickets are normally priced at $65 each, snatch them up quickly to get $25-30 off with us.
Catch Reagle’s production of The Sound of Music from July 11th-21st in Waltham at The Reagle Music Theater/ Robinson Theatre at 617 Lexington Street. Purchase your tickets through this link to get an off the charts discount on the online price.