‘Hamilton’ Exhibit To Debut In Chicago This Fall
The Broadway musical, Hamilton was and still is a massive success in New York. The same could be said for its current run in Chicago.
People bought tickets early, waited forever to see the show and finally had a chance to see for themselves what everyone was talking about.
What if the Hamilton price point and the waiting isn't your thing? Well, Hamilton composer and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda hears you.
Miranda and producer, Jeffrey Seller are opening up Hamilton: The Exhibition in November at Northerly Island in Chicago.
Designed for anyone who has seen the show and needs more Hamilton in their life or if feel the need get caught up on all the hype at a much more digestible price.
Miranda will also narrate the audio tour and even show up occasionally albeit in video form.
According to the Chicago Tribune, tickets are said to cost about $35 per adult and $25 for kids. Seller added his "goal was that every student group from the Chicago Public Schools, if not the whole metropolitan area, would be able to tour the exhibit for free."
Hamilton: The Exhibition is expected to open later this year in November. The perfect time for all Hamilton fans young, old, and new to finally take their shot.