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Thursday, November 7, 2019

'Hamilton' is Returning to Cleveland Next Year, and You Can Get Your Shot at Tickets Monday

Posted By on Thu, Nov 7, 2019 at 1:26 PM

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The smash-hit hip-hop musical Hamilton is coming back to Cleveland next year, Playhouse Square just announced.

“My absolute favorite question that people ask me is will Hamilton ever come back?” said Gina Vernaci, Playhouse Square President and CEO, in a statement. “Yes. For the rest of our lives Hamilton will be coming back. We were one of the first cities to see it and one of the first cities to get the return for the most in-demand show of a generation.”

Running from Sept. 22 through Nov. 1, the show comes to Cleveland for a nice six-week stay, but that doesn't mean it's going to be cheap and easy to snag tickets.

Just like it did the last time Hamilton came to town, Playhouse Square is making people purchase tickets to other incoming musicals if they want a guaranteed shot at scoring seats.

Fans can purchase Hamilton tickets starting Monday at 10 a.m. at for a five show-package that also includes Anastasia, Jesus Christ Superstar, My Fair Lady and Frozen. Prices for the combined show tickets run from $295 to $495.

Individual Hamilton tickets won't go on sale until next summer.

Check out our review of Lin-Manuel Miranda's opus when it came to town last year right here.

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