Lin-Manuel Miranda is leaving 'Hamilton'...for just one week. The actor is taking a vacation. The news came during a recent, #Ham4Ham video with King George III himself, Jonathan Groff.
'Wicked' is getting into the musical lottery game. Like 'Hamilton' and 'American Psycho the Musical' will be offering fans a deep discount opportunity in the form of a digital lotto. Check the report below to see all the details you need to know.
Similar to 'Hamilton’s' Ham4Ham discount ticket promotion, 'American Psycho the Musical' is also slashing prices in a manner very fitting to the show’s theme. American Psycho will be offering tickets for the low, low price of $19.89. What a better way to honor the decade of excess and greed, than by dropping the price down.
For his next installation of #Ham4Ham, 'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda invited Ms. Audra McDonald to join him in singing a tune from the show entitled "Say No to This." While Mr. Miranda may have channeled his forefathers, Ms. McDonald went her own way and brought the spirit of Billie Holiday to the stage.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Hamilton' is one of the biggest things on Broadway today. The good news is everyone wants to see it. The bad news is everyone wants to see it. Tickets virtually stay sold out. However, you still have a shot to be in the room where it happens. The Hamilton Digital Lottery is back on. That is right, you can win an open seat at a deep discount. The lottery for a chance to win a front row $10 tickets takes place tomorrow, Tuesday 02 from 7am to 3pm for the 7 pm show performance. #Ham4Ham
In an effort to keep fans of 'Hamilton' happy and reduce the number standing in line during very cold temperatures, the show's creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, created an online lottery. Hoping to bring the coveted "$10 golden ticket" to theatergoers in their homes, the website hosting the lottery crashed immediately and sent patrons back out to the streets on Wednesday.