Off-Broadway (2015)

Directed by Thomas Kail and choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler, the musical received its world premiere Off-Broadway at The Public Theater, under the supervision of the Public's Artistic Director Oskar Eustis, with previews starting on January 20, 2015 and officially opening on February 17.[58][59] The production was extended twice, first to April 5 and then to May 3.[60] Chernow served as historical consultant to the production.[61][62] The show opened to universal acclaim according to review aggregator Did He Like It.[63]

Broadway (2015)

Hamilton premiered on Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre (also home to Miranda's 2008 Broadway debut In the Heights) on July 13, 2015 in previews, and opened on August 6, 2015.[52] The production is produced by Jeffrey Seller and features scenic design by David Korins, costumes by Paul Tazewell, lighting by Howell Binkley and sound by Nevin Steinberg, who all reprised their roles from the off-Broadway production.[64]

The production was critically acclaimed by many theater analysts.[52][65][66]

Chicago (2016)

Hamilton has a separate resident (non-touring) production at the PrivateBank Theatre in Chicago which started in previews on September 27, 2016;[4][67] its opening performance was October 19. Directed by Thomas Kail, it is sold out through March 21, 2017, and later tickets will eventually be made available.[68] According to lead producer Jeffrey Seller, the show may be in residence for two years or more.[69]

On its opening, attended by author Miranda, the Chicago production received strongly positive reviews.[70][71][72] Miranda praised the Chicago casts' performance during a later television interview.[73]

First U.S. Tour (2017)

Plans for a national tour of Hamilton emerged near the end of January 2016. The touring production is expected to begin at San Francisco's SHN Orpheum Theatre in March 2017, where it will play for 21 weeks. The production will then head to Los Angeles' Hollywood Pantages Theatre for a run from August 11 to December 30, 2017. Tickets to the San Francisco run sold out within 24 hours of the public onsale and the online waiting room to purchase tickets reached numbers over 110,000.[74]

City Venue Dates
San Francisco, California SHN Orpheum Theatre March 10, 2017 – August 5, 2017
Los Angeles, California Hollywood Pantages Theatre August 11, 2017 – December 30, 2017
San Diego, California San Diego Civic Theatre January 3, 2018 – January 28, 2018
Seattle, Washington Paramount Theatre February 13, 2018 – March 18, 2018
Houston, Texas Hobby Center for the Performing Arts April 24, 2018 – May 20, 2018
Atlanta, Georgia Fox Theatre May 22, 2018 – June 10, 2018
Washington, District of Columbia John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Mid-June, 2018 – Mid-September, 2018
Announced cities awaiting official dates include: Boston; Charlotte;[75] Costa Mesa, Calif.; Des Moines; Denver;[76] Durham;[75] Fort Lauderdale;[77] Kansas City;[78] Las Vegas; Los Angeles; Orlando;[79] Portland, Ore.; Providence; Salt Lake City; St. Louis; Tempe;[80]

West End (2017)

Cameron Mackintosh will produce a London production which will re-open the Victoria Palace Theatre (currently undergoing a refurbishment following the closure of Billy Elliot The Musical) in November 2017. Priority booking opened on 16 January 2017 and general release tickets went on sale two weeks later on 30 January 2017.[81][82] Initial principal casting was announced on January 26, 2017.[19]

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