While Hamilton tickets certainly aren't cheap by any means, the exciting news for Broadway superfans is that tickets are the cheapest they've been all year by a long shot, and prices are continuing to drop quickly.
Broadway actress Phillipa Soo of the Great White Way's hip-hop hit, 'Hamilton,' will assume the lead role in 'Amélie' next spring. The musical is based on the 2001 French romantic comedy film of the same name from director Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
At the 70th Annual Tony Awards last night, the unstoppable popularity of 'Hamilton' helped the hip-hop-historical musical bring home 11 of its nominated 16 awards. The 11 wins falls just one short of the 2001 Tony wins record set by 'The Producers.'
News broke yesterday that certain members of the 'Hamilton' cast may be leaving the show after this summer. 'The Hollywood Reporter' exclusively declared that Phillipa Soo, who famously portrays Eliza Hamilton in the production, is set to depart after July 9.
'Hamilton,' the year's hottest ticket on Broadway, is now a record-setting Tony Awards contender. Announced yesterday, the production nabbed an unbelievable 16 nominations -- the most collected by any Broadway show in the history of the Tony Awards.
A Broadway phenomenon that's propelled its creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, to icon status, it's been reported that the production of "Hamilton" rakes in nearly $105,000 a week in royalties.
An op-ed piece posted on Monday by Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda urged the United States to intervene on the island's economic crisis. In his letter he recounted childhood memories and, not surprisingly enough, the words of Hamilton himself.
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.
Weekly Reprise: In case you missed it earlier in the week, 'Hamilton' creator and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda may have saved Alexander Hamilton’s legacy. Miranda met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew where they discussed Alexander Hamilton’s fate on the $10 bill.
‘Hamilton’ creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda has found superstardom. However, Miranda isn’t letting his celebrity to go to waste. Miranda has been getting political people including President Barack Obama and U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. Miranda also met with feminist icon and actress Emma Watson where they rapped about equality….literally.
There is no doubt about it. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 'Hamilton' musical has made Alexander Hamilton relevant again. Hamilton, the person, was at risk of being taking off of the $10 bill in an upcoming redesign. However, according to a recent tweet, the musical may have just saved the “ten-dollar founding father.”
The Broadway musical, Hamilton, may have saved Hamilton the man. At least, it may have saved Hamilton's place on the ten-dollar bill. There was a movement afoot to redesign the ten-dollar bill and honor an American woman. That would have removed a key founding father, who was had a major hand in creating many of the important govenmental institutions, from the bill.
Lin-Manuel doesn’t play a U.S. Treasury Secretary on Broadway, but he also meets with the current one. The 'Hamilton' creator and star recently met with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew about the Puerto Rico debt crisis.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton musical is one of the hardest Broadway shows to get tickets to today. However, one of the perks of being the most powerful man in the world is that you can get Broadway to show up at your doorstep. On Monday, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed the cast of 'Hamilton' to the White House. This isn’t the first time that Lin-Manuel Miranda has performed at the White House. Miranda performed the opening number from the musical in 2009 at the White House Evening of Poetry, Music, and the Spoken Word. Check out the report below for a look at the cast performance as well as Obama’s comments on his role in 'Hamilton’s' origins.
Understudy Jon Rua recently got his shot at one of the most prized roles today, the titular 'Hamilton' in smash hit Broadway musical.. The General Charles Lee actor recently got the chance to take over for Lin-Manuel Miranda and Javier Munoz, who normally share the role with Munoz serving as alternate. Now Rua is opening up about the experience of a lifetime.