Theater

Hamilton Is Coming to Denver!

Hamilton is coming! The musical honored with eleven Tony awards on Sunday will play the Buell Theatre as part of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts 2017/'18 Broadway subscription series. This is the national touring company, which means that playwright/star Lin-Manuel Miranda won't be in the cast...but then, he's taking a break from the Broadway production next month, too.

Seats for Hamilton are almost impossible to come by in New York City (unless you want to shell out a hundred of the bills honoring Alexander Hamilton himself); they promise to be hot tickets here, too. Here's advice from the DCPA: 

The best way to guarantee tickets to HAMILTON is to purchase a 2016/17 Broadway subscription. Broadway subscribers who renew their 2016/17 Broadway subscription packages for the 2017/18 Broadway season will guarantee their tickets for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ premiere engagement of HAMILTON. HAMILTON is on the 2017/18 Broadway subscription package. Information regarding engagement dates and how to purchase groups and single tickets will be announced at a later time.

Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ 2016/17 Broadway subscription package features the pre-Broadway debut of Frozen, The Phantom of the Opera, Roundabout Theatre Company's Cabaret, An Act of God, Finding Neverland, Fun Home, An American in Paris and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Subscriptions for the 2016/17 Broadway season start as low as eight payments of $51.25 and are available at denvercenter.org. Please be advised that the Denver Center for the Performing Arts is the ONLY authorized online ticket provider for the Broadway touring productions in Denver.

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