Hamilton is now playing at The PrivateBank Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. TicketProcess.com is happy to announce that they have a surplus of tickets available for fans with all budgets to attend the show in Chicago.
Following the success of his Broadway musical, In the Heights, Lin-Manuel Miranda began writing his newest production Hamilton after reading the biography Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow. Miranda picked up the book in an airport while waiting for a flight and quickly began to envision Hamilton’s life through a Hip-Hop Musical. After making its off-Broadway debut, Hamilton quickly made its way to the Broadway stages of New York City.
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