Alexander Hamilton's silhouette appears about a star shape, it appears as the A in the title.

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Performance Schedule


Run Dates

April 29, 2015 - Open Run

Upcoming Scheduled Events

February 27, 2019

Running Time

2:30 hrs

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Show Description

From the creative team behind the Tony Award-winning In The Heights comes a wildly inventive new musical about the scrappy young immigrant who forever changed America: Alexander Hamilton. 

Tony and Grammy Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda
wields his pen and takes the stage as the unlikely founding father determined to make his mark on a new nation as hungry and ambitious as he is.

From bastard orphan to Washington's right hand man, rebel to war hero, loving husband caught in the country's first sex scandal to Treasury head who made an untrusting world believe in the American economy, HAMILTON is an exploration of a political mastermind.

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Eliza Hamilton, and lifelong Hamilton friend and foe, Aaron Burr, all attend this revolutionary tale of America’s fiery past told through the sounds of the ever-changing nation we’ve become.

Tony Award winner Thomas Kail directs this new musical about taking your shot, speaking your mind, and turning the world upside down.


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April 29, 2015 - Open Run

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February 27, 2019

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Theatre Details


Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 W 46th St
New York, NY 10036

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Public Transportation

By Bus: Take the M104, M10 or M27/M50 bus.

By Subway: N, R, Q to 49th St or 1 to 50th St, walk south to 46th St and west to the theatre. Take the C, E to 50th St, walk south to 46th St and east to the theatre

Additional Accessibility Details

Wheelchairs: Wheelchair seating is available in the middle of the orchestra level.

Seating: Orchestra rows A - K are the only seats accessible without steps. Theatre is not equipped with elevators or escalators.

Elevator\Escalator: There are no elevators or escalators at this theatre.

Parking: Several lots are located within one block of the theatre.

Entrance: There are no stairs into the theatre from the street.

Box Office: Box Office Hours: Mon - Sat: 10:00am - 8:00pm Sunday: 12:00pm-6:00pm Phone: (212) 221-1211

Restroom: Restrooms are available downstairs. A wheelchair accessible restroom is located on the orchestra level as well.

Water Fountain: A water fountain is available in the lower lounge.

Assisted Listening System: Headsets for sound augmentation are available at the theatre, free of charge. Photo identification is required as a deposit. Copper Induction Loop also available.

Visual Assistance: Low vision seats, plus one companion seat, are available in the orchestra. Purchase in person or over the phone.

Folding Armrests: Mobility seats, plus one companion in orchestra, available for purchase in person or on the phone.

Reviews (3)

Yes, it really is that good.

At this point, it would be almost a relief to report that “Hamilton” — the musical that opened at the Richard Rodgers Theater on Thursday night — has shrunk beneath the bloat of its hype. Since it was first staged at the Public Theater this year, this brave new show about America’s founding fathers has been given the kind of worshipful press usually reserved for the appearances of once-in-a-lifetime comets or the births of little royal celebrities. (August, 2015)

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5 STARS! History ticks to a syncopated beat in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s jubilant, overflowingly rich Hamilton. And just as syncopation achieves its energizing effect by disturbing the expected flow, so Miranda’s biomusical on founding father Alexander Hamilton is a rhythm-and-rhyme intervention for American iconograph..

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I don’t mean to suggest that you’re unpatriotic if you aren’t moved by Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s sensational new hip-hop biomusical at the Public. But in order to dislike it you’d pretty much have to dislike the American experiment. The conflict between independence and interdependence is not just the show’s subject but also its method: It brings the complexity of forming a union from disparate constituencies right to your ears.

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