Yesterday, during its announcement of shows for this season, Broadway Across America revealed that Hamilton will visit the Broward Center for the Performing Arts during its 2018-19 season.
Hamilton, which tells the story of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, earned 11 Tony Awards last year. Even before then, it had set records for advance ticket sales. Show creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has ridden its success into household-name status (though musical theater buffs knew him first as the creator of In the Heights).
The show gained even greater notoriety in November, when then-Vice President-Elect Mike Pence attended a show. The cast addressed Pence specifically at the end of the performance in a speech that made headlines across the nation.
Dates and ticket prices have not yet been announced, but the Miami Herald suggests snagging a season-long subscription to Broadway Across America's lineup. Ticket packages for six shows cost anywhere from $209 to $791. No doubt individual tickets will be difficult to find when — and if — they eventually go on sale.
Broadway Across America's 2017-18 lineup also includes The Sound of Music, Love Never Dies, School of Rock, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Waitress, and Jersey Boys.