Hamilton Houston Tickets 2018
Don’t miss out on seeing an amazing musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Welcome Hamilton in Houston for the first time after its Broadway premiere in 2015 during US tour.
BBVA Compass Broadway at the Hobby Center has already announced their schedule for 2018. Hamilton is set for the period from April 24 to May 20.
If you are still not aware of Hamilton’s backgrounds, here is the short description. The musical’s script is based on the biography of founding father Alexander Hamilton written by famous historian Ron Chernow.
The plot will get you through an entire life of this prominent figure from the start of his political career to the times of his great accomplishments while being a right-hand of George Washington. The musical accompaniment of the show represents a combination of classical Broadway melodies, hip-hop, blues and modern R&B.
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The head of Hobby Center Foundation, says he is all excited for Hamilton premiere here in Houston. In his opinion, the theater scene is in its glory days and there are many great performances worth to see. Hamilton is indeed one of them, so it’s a great chance for those who based in Houston to see it live (find more tickets here).
The show takes place at Sarofim Hall at The Hobby Center: 800 Bagby St, Houston, TX 77002.
Average start time: Monday-Friday – 7:30 PM, Saturday-Sunday – 2:00 or 7:30 PM.
Next stop of National tour – Costa Mesa, CA on May 08 – May 27 (2018).
About Hobby Center in Houston
The Hobby Center is a relatively new venue where the majority of big theater performances are held in Houston. It has been built in 2002 for the replacement of Houston Music Hall and Sam Houston Coliseum. The Center received the name of Texas lieutenant governor and Houston businessman, William P. Hobby, Jr due to the generous donation of his family.
The key peculiarity of the theater is its 60-foot-high glass walls through which you can see Houston’s skyscrapers such as Tranquility Park and Houston City Hall at their best. The building can accommodate up to 2650 people.