• On Broadway

Hamilton, the new musical by the creator of In the Heights, Lin-Manuel Miranda is on Broadway after transferring from it’s sold out run at the Public Theatre. Hamilton tells the story of the beginnings of the United States through the life of Alexander Hamilton, the man who was our country’s first Treasury Secretary. It is the story of a bastard orphan who became George Washington’s right hand and who lived a life that was both unendingly interesting and dauntingly overwhelming.

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    Previews: July 13, 2015 Opening: August 6, 2015 Duration: 2 hrs, 55 mins 1 Intermission

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    Group Minimum: 12
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    Alexander Hamilton: Miguel Cervantes George Washington: Tamar Greene Aaron Burr: Jared Dixon Eliza Hamilton: Stephanie Jae Park Angelica Schuyler: Jennie Harney-Fleming King George: Jarrod Spector Laurens/Phillip Hamilton: Jacob Guzman Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson: Kyle Scatliffe


    Music & Lyrics: Lin-Manuel Miranda Book: Lin-Manuel Miranda Director: Thomas Kail Inspired by the book by: Ron Chernow Choreographer: Andy Blankenbuehler Set Designer: David Korins Costume Designer: Paul Tazewell Lighting Designer: Howell Binkley Sound Designer: Nevin Steinberg Orchestrations & Music Direction: Alex Lacamoire

    Lin-Manuel Miranda has created the book, lyrics, and music for his new hip-hop musical Hamilton. Miranda, who stars as the first Treasury Secretary of the U.S., has created a musical that tells the story of the creation of this country through the life and character of Hamilton. Narrated by the man who killed Hamilton in a dual, Aaron Burr, this musical takes us on a journey that while exposing various aspects of Hamilton, including his ambition, ego, and vices, redefines our own identity as a nation.
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  • 'Hamilton' is the most exciting and significant musical of the decade. Sensationally potent and theatrically vital, it is plugged straight into the wall socket of contemporary music. This show makes me feel hopeful for the future of musical theater. Review by Terry Teachout from The Wall Street Journal Historic. 'Hamilton' is brewing up a revolution. This is a show that aims impossibly high and hits its target. It's probably not possible to top the adrenaline rush. Review by Ben Brantley from The New York Times