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‘Hamilton’ gets a shot at Bass Hall. Here’s when and the ticket info

‘My Shot’: A montage from ‘Hamilton’

After its huge success on Broadway, "Hamilton" expanded to Chicago, where it has been playing in an open-ended run since October 2016.
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After its huge success on Broadway, "Hamilton" expanded to Chicago, where it has been playing in an open-ended run since October 2016.

The Tony Award-winning musical “Hamilton” will come to Fort Worth June 9-28, 2020, highlighting the 2019-2020 season at Bass Performance Hall.

Season tickets for a package of eight Performing Arts Fort Worth “Broadway at the Bass” musicals went on sale Wednesday morning at basshall.com. Prices for the eight musicals start at $343.40.

Individual “Hamilton” tickets will go on sale later.

Hamilton” is the Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical created by and starring Lin-Manuel Miranda. The boundaries-busting show features America’s Founders as played by a multiethnic cast expressing themselves in a mixture of hip-hop, rap, jazz, soul, R&B and Broadway show tunes.

The musical — which reintroduces theatergoers to Alexander Hamilton, the man who achieved so much more than just being “the dude on the 10-dollar bill” — has earned widespread acclaim for its revolutionary approach to history.

But historians have complained that the history is flawed and the depiction of the Founders is sterilized.

Hamilton is already coming to Dallas’ Fair Park Music Hall April 2-May 5, along with San Antonio and Austin. Tickets remain for the Dallas shows.

The season also includes:

”Phantom of the Opera,” Sept. 24-Oct. 5;

“Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” Oct. 29-Nov. 3;

“Miss Saigon,” Dec. 3-8;

“Hello, Dolly!”, Jan. 14-19, 2020;

“Come From Away,” July 7-12, 2020;

“Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville,” Aug. 11-16, 2020;

and “Jesus Christ Superstar,.” Aug. 25-30, 2020.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator and star of the the Broadway musical "Hamilton," shows off his freestyle rapping skills with cue cards from President Obama at the White House. "You think that's going viral? That's going viral," says Obama. #Bam4Ham

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