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It’s the show that changed Broadway forever. Even after his Tony victory for In the Heights, no one was prepared for the sheer genius of author and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton, the hip-hop musical about America’s first Treasury Secretary, Alexander Hamilton, and his colleagues among the Founding Fathers. The monster hit musical, directed by Thomas Kail, follows Hamilton from his days as an immigrant from the Caribbean to his ascendance to right-hand man to General George Washington during the American Revolution to his crucial shaping of the post-colonial economy  and his ultimately fatal rivalry with the notorious Aaron Burr.

Richard Rodgers Theatre | 226 West 46th Street

Orchestra or front mezzanine seats $273.00




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