From left, Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Christopher Jackson took a curtain call after the opening-night performance of “Hamilton” at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York. A touring version of the blockbuster musical, featuring different actors, will be on the 2018-19 Cincinnati Broadway series.
From left, Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Christopher Jackson took a curtain call after the opening-night performance of “Hamilton” at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York. A touring version of the blockbuster musical, featuring different actors, will be on the 2018-19 Cincinnati Broadway series. Charles Sykes Invision/AP
From left, Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Christopher Jackson took a curtain call after the opening-night performance of “Hamilton” at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York. A touring version of the blockbuster musical, featuring different actors, will be on the 2018-19 Cincinnati Broadway series. Charles Sykes Invision/AP
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‘Hamilton’ coming to Cincinnati, but it’s complicated

February 06, 2017 11:47 AM

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