‘Hamilton’ Chicago sets closing date

“More people have seen ‘Hamilton’ in Chicago than any other city, including New York,” said producer Jeffrey Seller.

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Miguel Cervantes and Ari Asfar in the Chicago production of “Hamilton.” | Copyright Joan Marcus

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After what will be a more than three-year run in Chicago, the stage musical blockbuster “Hamilton”  will close on Jan. 5, 2020, it was announced Thursday.

“More people have seen ‘Hamilton’ in Chicago than any other city, including New York,” said producer Jeffrey Seller. “Chicago has been a cornerstone of our mission to make Hamilton as accessible to as many people as possible. We’ve loved our time here, and you can bet that ‘we’ll be back’.”

Chicago performances of the Tony Award-winning musical penned by Lin-Manuel Miranda, began on Sept. 27, 2016 at the former PrivateBank Theatre, now the CIBC Theatre. 

Tickets, $75.50 – $205.50, for the final block of seats go on sale at 10 a.m. May 17 at the theater box office, 18 W. Monroe and at broadwayinchicago.com.

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