Unless you've been living under a rock for the past several years, you've undoubtedly heard people singing the praises of this revolutionary musical left and right. Hamilton, written by Lin-Manual Miranda, follows the store of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton and his role in the Revolutionary War. The score is a unique, catchy mix of blues, rap, jazz, hip-hop, and of course, Broadway-style performances.
If you don't have the funds to head into NYC for this absurdly popular show, you might now have the chance to see it at the Boston Opera House. Tickets are as low as $80 on some nights, and based on this show's avid fan base, they'll probably go quickly. Buy yours today here.
To learn more about the cast of Hamilton and the production details, visit boston.broadway.com.