'Hamilton' Coming To Boston Opera House; Seven Must Watch Musical Shows To Be Included
Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical composition "Hamilton" is on its way to Boston, which will happen in September 2018. Boston Broadway announced that the national touring is scheduled on Monday night where the rest of its 2017-18 season will be staged in the Boston Opera House.
The scheduled date will include seven of the most-watched Broadway musical show such the "Waitress," directed by Diane Paulus, and "Fun Home" by Lisa Kron. "The Book of Mormon," Disney's "Aladdin," "On Your Feet," "The Phantom of the Opera" and its sequel "Love Never Dies," composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber will be part of the seven Broadway shows, as reproted by WBUR .
"Hamilton," the blockbuster musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda, won 11 Tony awards. Jeanine Tesori composition "Fun Home" also won a previous year's Tony awards. According to Boston Globe, Ann Sheehan, the spokeswoman of Broadway in Boston said on her E-mail that presenting and creating the organization increase its season subscription since the "Hamilton" was announced last year to come in Boston.
Sheehan added that the Broadway In Boston didn't reveal the numbers of subscription but she considers to have more high rates in 17/18 season. Meanwhile, Broadway In Boston said that the other show, as well as the tickets to be a sale for "Hamilton", will be announced, "at a later time."
However, "Hamilton," "Waitress," "Love Never Dies," "Fun Home," and "Disney's Aladdin" was released now to be on subscription sale with series packages. Broadway In Boston was still hopeful that the subscribers will continue their support in "Hamilton" even though there's no offered information in ticket prices.
The anticipated show "Hamilton" was based on Ron Chernow's biography book which tells about the American founding father Alexander Hamilton. "Hamilton" also featured about the immigrant in West Indies, which is the main issue of the politics today after President Donald Trump banned the immigrants.