from Minneapolis, Minnesota
The MN cast was wonderful and the show is so well done. Most of the cast was fabulous and King George was so truly perfect. He made the show even better than it already was.
Broadway sf guy from San Francisco, California
HAMILTON IS THE MUST SEE EVENT OF THIS YEAR IN SN FRANCISCO
I went to the first two previews on friday and saturday march 10 and march 11. The show itself exceeds all the substantial hype and praise and is truly one of the very best of the 200+ musicals Ive seen on broadway and tour-its fast moving, musically brilliant, deeply emotional and will take you on a journey of one of the most incredible rivalry's in history between Burr and Hamilton. Often tour casts are not quite at the level of broadway casts-not the case here AT ALL. Joshua Henry as Burr and Michael Luwoye as Hamilton could do these roles on broadway today and probably will in the future. The cast also includes the fantastically funny tony nominated Rory OMalley as King George...hilarious. Yes the tickets are pricey, and yes its well worth it, Hamilton is an entertaining tour de force that will be regarded as a milestone in musical theatre achievement and impact-go see it before it leaves town!
Mark Stivers from Sacramento, California
I GIVE IT ALL THE STARS IN THE SKY
I've been playing and watching musical theatre all my life and it's tempting to say that this is my favorite show of all time. The combination of subject matter, innovation, respect for tradition, and stellar execution, resulting in the highest critical and commercial success, will not be repeated for a long time. When I watch the opening of Hamilton, I get the same frisson of excitement that I get when I see "The Dance at the Gym" from West Side Story. This is Broadway history; this is a show for the ages.
Reghan Bailey from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
ONE OF THE BEST SHOWS EVER
I recently saw Hamilton in New York!!!!!! And it was one of the most amazing things I have ever seen!!!!!! I was speechless and balled my eyes out, it was so beautiful
David Bell from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
CONTENT AND DIVERSITY
One of the best productions I have seen in my 75 years. What distinguishes it from the rest is the diversity of the cast. We have finally seen that the race and nationality of the cast rarely has to reflect the reality of the historical facts. A production dealing with such a complicated historical period is never easy. "Hamilton" succeeded beyond expectations. As a lifelong Philadelphian I recommend spending several days here to see and feel one of the historic settings
Bill from Orlando, Florida
Saw on Broadway. Worth the money and wait...Simply awesome...can't wait to see again.
Jasminepfeahler from Cincinnati, Ohio
My friend and I are really big fans and can't wait to see Hamilton live. Its totally worth the wait.
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This is what our reviewer, Nicola Quinn, had to say when she saw Hamilton on Broadway in 2015: Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the book, music and lyrics for Hamilton, inspired by his love for 90's rap and hip hop, and the classic musical scores of BroRead full review
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