Hamilton at Hollywood Pantages Theatre

Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA, Los Angeles, California

Sep

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Hamilton at Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA

Sep

25

Hamilton

Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA

Hamilton tickets

Direct to you from the most iconic stages on Broadway and the West End and having previously performed in the top theater venues around the world, Hamilton is now performing in Los Angeles at Hollywood Pantages Theatre on Wednesday 25th September 2024. Come and see it live as history interweaves with forward-thinking creativity through creator Lin-Manuel Miranda’s story based on Ron Chernow’s 2004 biography.

The musical retells the true story of Alexander Hamilton, one of the great American Founding Fathers, from his earliest days as a young poor immigrant to one of the most important key players in the American Revolution and as the countries first Secretary of Treasury. It explores a story of romance and loss, both in and outside politics, performed by a multi-award winning cast and crew. Complemented by contemporary music genres of hip-hop, jazz, and R&B, it is a riveting retelling that has been received positively by audiences both in America and abroad.

The show will only be playing in Hollywood Pantages Theatre for a short time, so snag your seats immediately and don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance!

Hamilton Tickets from $66

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Hamilton

Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA

Musical producer Lin-Manuel Miranda, fresh off his success from his previous Broadway play, In the Heights, conceptualized Hamilton for a few years before it debuted in the Richard Rodgers Theatre in 2015. It was in this opening that he also played the title role. The entire production, including its brilliant cast and astounding music received highly regarded praise from both critics and the audiences alike.

The show, as you might know, is a historical tale based off one of the Nations Founding Fathers, but the production takes a new and forward-thinking approach, as seen in the music genres used and particularly in its diverse casting. Additionally, the 70th Tony Awards, where the production was awarded 11 out of 16 nominations, is a display of its success. Hamilton’s first cast consisted of the actors, Philippa Soo, Leslie Odom Jr., and Jonathan Groff. Individually, the cast was already filled with both notable nominees and previous award winners, but their wide range and rich performances collected together brought Hamilton to a whole new level. The creative team, just as extremely talented, took home Tony Awards for the show. Thomas Kail for Best Direction, Andy Blankenbuehler for Best Choreography, Alex Lacamoire for Best Orchestrations, Howell Binkley for Best Lighting Design of a Musical, Paul Tazewell for Best Costume Design of a Musical, and of course the man himself Lin-Manuel Miranda for Best Original Score and Best Book of a Musical, all topped the 2016 Tony Awards. Additionally, and unsurprisingly, Hamilton also won Best Musical for the year. The current cast and production crew in each new location where the production is put on brings the same passion and enthusiasm in their runs, with favorable reviews maintained consistently.

Hamilton’s unceasing rise to fame led to opening many doors all over the world for audiences to experience the show. It has continued for the past ten years to perform not just in America, but also over in the UK's West End and in various venues across Asia. The Musical’s touring production will be heading to Los Angeles throughout September (and on Wednesday 25th September 2024) at Hollywood Pantages Theatre, selling out at yet another world-class stage with the leading facilities and sound engineering that rivals even Broadway and West End theaters.

About the Venue

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Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA

, Los Angeles, California, , United States