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Hamilton the Musical
There is nothing as refreshing as sitting down to an exciting musical. A great musical leads you on a path towards self-discovery and accessing the emotions you rarely experience. Based on the life of one of the greatest figures in American history; American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, Hamilton the Musical is an incredible musical that will definitely keep you captivated and entertained throughout the show. The musical takes you back in history to the era of the Founding Fathers letting you learn about the history of the great nation and the vices and values on which it was built.
Due to the incredible talent and the characteristic details displayed in the show, the show has achieved total success both critically and on the Box Office. With the book, lyrics and music done by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the show was largely inspired by Alexander Hamilton’s biography as done by the historian Ron Chernow. The show that has for a while remained popular among musical enthusiasts made its debut Off-Broadway in February of 2015 at the Public Theater. It is also around here that its engagement got sold out. Hamilton the musical was then transferred in August 2015 to Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theater.
The musical commences on act one with a summary of Alexander Hamilton’s early life. It gives a brief coverage of his orphaned life in the Caribbean. Born in the West Indies and out of wedlock after his father abandoned the family at a pretty young age, Hamilton became an orphan after his mother died when he was 12. He pushed his way into the American colonies by the time he was 19 and became a committed activist for American independence.
The first act covers a lot about his involvement in the revolution and fight for American independence including seeking out Aaron Burr, bonding with revolutionaries John Laurens, Hercules Mulligan and Marquis de Lafayette. The act also covers King George III’s message telling the colonists that he had the ability and the willingness to fight for them to submit to him. With the revolution in motion, Hamilton and his colleagues become part of the continental army. General George Washington realized that in order for him to be triumphant, he needed help. He offered Hamilton the Right Hand Man position which he accepted despite the fact that he would have loved a command and to fight alongside the forces.
Hamilton meets Eliza in 1780 at Philip Schuyler’s ball and the 2 wed soon afterwards. The revolution proceeds and despite several petitions to be made commander, George Washington declines and instead picks Charles Lee for the role. What follows is a series of events that include disobeying direct orders, slandering and an order for Hamilton to return home where he receives news of his wife’s pregnancy. Hamilton is given his desired command and he leads the Continental Army to victory at Yorktown and soon afterwards Philip, his son is born.
The second act has Thomas Jefferson return from France to the United States. James Madison seeks his help to put a stop to Hamilton’s financial plan. Madison is of the feeling that the plan gives too much power and control to the government. The merits of the plan is debated at a Cabinet meeting and Hamilton is advised by Washington to compromise something to win the congress’ approval. The act has details of Hamilton’s family, the struggle about the plan and setting up the basis of governance for the United States. It brings out defiance, allegiance, sacrifice and betrayal. This is also the act in which Hamilton meets his demise after being challenged to a duel by Burr. Although Burr wins the duel, he laments to being the villain of the story and to the fact that he has to go down in history as the man who put an end to the life Hamilton.
Ever since the show aired for the first time, Hamilton musical has risen to become one among the most successful Broadway musicals in history. The show that covers Alexander Hamilton’s history and the American Revolution has sold out its entire run. It is a pretty unique show that uses non-white characters to effectively bring out the story of America’s founding in a way that clearly brings out the story but in a unique and captivating way.
The 2015 Off-Broadway production of Hamilton Musical was choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler and directed by Thomas Kail. It premiered Off-Broadway at The Public Theater and was supervised by Oskar Eustis, the Public Artistic Director.
The Broadway production of the show which has been underway since 2015 received its Broadway premiere at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. It is produced by Jeffrey Seller and includes scenic designs courtesy of David Korins. The lighting is done by Howell Binkley while the costumes are done by Paul Tazewell. The sound on the other hand is done by Nevin Steinberg.
Hamilton Tony Awards
The Hamilton has been a rather successful musical that has won the hearts of many. Besides its critical acclaim and Box Office success, Hamilton has also been pretty successful when it comes to awards. The show has been nominated for a record 16 Tony Awards at the 70th Tony Awards. The nominations were 13 categories. It managed to ultimately win 11 of these awards. Some of the awards that Hamilton bagged at the 70th Tony Awards include:
Some of the songs that are featured on the Hamilton Musical.
In the first act
In the second act:
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