Richard Rogers Theatre | Manhattan, New York
Musicians are preparing their instruments, dancers are practicing their steps, and fans of Musicals everywhere are getting set for Wednesday 17th May 2023 when the world-famous Richard Rodgers Theatre plays host to the 11 Tony Award winning Hamilton! This marks the latest in a long line of performances from the Musical people simply cannot stop talking about, and tickets are certain to sell out fast! Fans and critics will tell you that Hamilton features the raw talent and unmatched skill of some of the top performers anywhere around, with limitless energy and passion that’s guaranteed to leave fans star-struck. This show is sure to create an experience that will be truly unforgettable. So what are you waiting for? If you want to experience the best Wednesday night show this May, then you have one step left to take. Click the Buy Tickets button below to book your tickets today!
Come on down to Richard Rodgers Theatre on the Wednesday 17th May 2023 in New York and travel back to 1776, New York City, American founding father Alexander Hamilton, a man who ran his mouth and wound-up dead! Hamilton reminds us that our history was not preordained by some outside force or even by almighty founding fathers but eked out by the daily, uncertain decisions of flawed, selfish human beings. Lyrics like “How lucky we are to be alive right now! History is happening in Manhattan, and we just happen to be in the greatest city in the world!” This is a high paced, lyrical line, lyrical rhyme furiously thrown at you amid spectacular set pieces in the middle of fantastically complex multi group choreographed moves, with each set change slickly blending into the next keeping up a unrelenting tempo through-out the entire performance. So, come on down and raise a glass to American freedom, and listen to this enjoyable story of American history told to you by the all singing, all dancing crew of Hamilton. You do not want to miss your shot, come and buy your tickets now to the great all-American story right now.