If you let your shot at seeing “Hamilton” slip by, you’ll have to wait a bit longer to catch the Broadway phenomenon’s return to Durham.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Durham Performing Arts Center has pushed back its manufacturing of “Hamilton” by greater than a 12 months. The new “Hamilton” dates are May 17-June 5, for a complete of 24 performances.
DPAC introduced Tuesday new dates for 11 different touring Broadway productions, together with “Escape to Margaritaville,” “Tootsie,” “Hadestown” and “Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird.”
“Hamilton” is the lyrical sensation depicting the American Revolution and creation of the U.S. Constitution, with founding father Alexander Hamilton at its heart. The Pulitzer-winning musical is a modern-day basic, successful numerous awards and credited with reinvigorating Broadway.
At the start of the pandemic, DPAC introduced preliminary dates for “Hamilton’s” return to Durham, planning for a manufacturing on the finish of final 12 months, into early 2021. As COVID-19 continued to disrupt society, that manufacturing was pushed back to 2022.
When “Hamilton” first performed at DPAC in 2018, it set all types of attendance data for the Durham theater on its means to promoting out all 32 performances.
Tickets to “Hamilton” will not be but on sale and can first be supplied to the theater’s members, Friends of DPAC.
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Dates are topic to change.