Here’s your shot, Kansas City.
“Hamilton,” the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical phenomenon by Lin-Manuel Miranda, is coming to the Music Hall in 2019 for a run of nearly three weeks.
Broadway Across America and Theater League announced Sunday that “Hamilton” will play the Music Hall from June 18 through July 7, 2019. It’s the big finale to a season that includes newer offerings such as “School of Rock” and “Anastasia,” a return of “The Book of Mormon” and the old standbys “Rent” and “Evita.”
With nearly three weeks of performances, plenty of “Hamilton” tickets should — should — be available. But don’t dawdle.
First dibs on seats will go to those who renew their 2017-18 season tickets by mid-February.
Anyone who wants to be a new season subscriber will be placed on a waiting list at BroadwayInKC.com. They will be contacted in early March if seats are available. Season tickets start at $265 for six shows.
Remaining single tickets to “Hamilton” will be sold in spring 2019. Those prices have not been announced. But in Des Moines, where “Hamilton” will play this summer, single tickets ranged from $54 to $148.50, with…