Hamilton Will Return to San Francisco in 2019 | Playbill

San Francisco Theatre Hamilton Will Return to San Francisco in 2019 The Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical launched its first national tour at the SHN Orpheum Theatre in March.
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Ruben J. Carbajal, Michael Luwoye, Jordan Donica, Mathenee Treco, and company Joan Marcus

Hamilton will rise up once more in San Francisco after the national tour concludes its run there August 5. Producer Jeffrey Seller announced August 1 that the musical will make a return to the city in early 2019.

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Amber Iman, Emmy Raver-Lampman, and company Joan Marcus

Additional information, including dates and ticketing, will be announced at a later time.

Following the national tour’s current San Francisco engagement, the company will begin performances at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles August 11.

“I was blown away when the ticket-holders who had gathered outside the SHN Orpheum Theatre prior to the first preview cheered and cheered when the doors opened and they could finally take their seats,” recalls Seller. “Hamilton at the Orpheum Theatre is gorgeous, powerful and kinetic. We look forward to returning and staying for a long time in early 2019.”

In addition to the Broadway production at the Richard Rodgers Theatre and the current national tour, a sit-down engagement of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical plays Chicago’s PrivateBank Theatre. A second national tour will launch in Seattle in February 2018. The musical will make its West End premiere this November.

The national tour of Hamilton is led by Michael Luwoye as Alexander Hamilton, Tony nominee Joshua Henry as Aaron Burr, Solea Pfeiffer as Eliza Hamilton, Emmy Raver-Lampman as Angelica Schuyler, Amber Iman as Peggy Schuyler and Maria Reynolds, Rory O'Malley as King George, and Jordan Donica as Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson.


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