Broadway Hit

Hamilton Is Back Again, Don’t Miss It

The acclaimed musical opens tonight at the Hobby Center through March 20.

By Amarie Gipson

Hamilton is on at the Hobby Center through March 20.

Image: Joan Marcus

Black History Month in Houston is closing out with a bang as Hamilton makes its way back. Created by American playwright, composer and actor, Lin-Manuel Miranda, the award-winning Broadway musical opens tonight at the Hobby Center and is one of the season’s most coveted productions.

The musical is a contemporary take on America’s origin story and is told through the lens of Alexander Hamilton, founding father and right-hand man to the nation’s first president George Washington. Miranda took inspiration from Ron Chernow’s biography on Hamilton and fused it with a genre-blending score and dynamic choreography. The revolutionary production has taken the world by storm since its premiere at New York’s Public Theatre in 2015. 

Every element of the musical is a hit, from the expert performances to the set and costume design. A year after it debuted on Broadway, Hamilton dominated the award circuit, racking in a Pulitzer Prize for Drama and sweeping 11 Tony Awards (out of its 16 total nominations). The soundtrack also won a Grammy for Best Musical Theatre Album and a Billboard Music Award in 2017. 

Now, Houston audiences can get their musical fix with this contemporary classic. Tickets start at $49 and premium seats are available for $249.

Performances kick off this evening at the Hobby Center’s Sarofim Hall and will continue through Sunday, March 20. Beware of ticket fraud and purchase seats safely here


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