Hamilton at Richard Rodgers Theatre

Hamilton Tickets

Richard Rodgers Theatre | New York, New York

On Friday 24th September 2021, New York City is going to be the place to be in New York, since Richard Rodgers Theatre will be hosting a limited time showing of the world famous musical Hamilton! This unsurpassed blend of hip hop, R&B, soul, and other musical genres will tell a tale of one of America’s founding fathers in a way that you have never seen before. With an all-star cast, you’ll see a story of America from yesteryear, told by the America of today. The show has had unsurpassed reviews since it’s top premiere in 2015 and this may be your best chance to catch the show in New York City. So don’t miss out! Order your tickets to see Hamilton at Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City, New York on Friday 24th September 2021!

Hamilton at Richard Rodgers Theatre

It’s the Broadway smash hit that is the story of America then, sung in the America of now, playing in Richard Rodgers Theatre on Friday 24th September 2021 in New York City. Hamilton, over three hours of clever hip-hop tunes, rap battles, incredible set pieces and absolutely astounding choreography which will no doubt leave you astonished. Believe the hype, Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop musical about the life of American founding father, Alexander Hamilton, is a enormous achievement, and a tremendously entertaining piece of work. So do not throw away your shot, this is your one chance to grab your tickets to the greatest musical phenomenon hitting America right now. Hamilton is one of those musicals that is like catching lightning in a bottle in that every night is different and can never be repeated. You won’t be sorry, you won’t have time to be anything but amazed, this is an incredibly high paced, non-stop lyrical verse of the American battle for freedom from the standpoint of American founding father Alexander Hamilton. So, come on down to Richard Rodgers Theatre and you too can tell everyone you were in the room when it happened!

Hamilton at Richard Rodgers Theatre

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