‘Hamilton’ rescheduled for long 2021 run at ASU Gammage

Sep 17, 2020, 1:00 PM
(Invision AP Photo/Evan Agostini)...
(Invision AP Photo/Evan Agostini)
(Invision AP Photo/Evan Agostini)

PHOENIX – The award-winning musical stage hit “Hamilton” will be back in the Valley for three weeks in the second half of 2021, ASU Gammage announced Wednesday.

The Broadway smash will run from Sept. 8 to Oct. 3, at the Tempe theater.

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s show about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton originally had been scheduled to begin a Gammage stay starting next month.

Those plans were sunk by the coronavirus pandemic.

Season ticket holders will be assigned the same seat locations in their 2020-21 subscriptions, a notice at theater website said.

Information about single ticket sales will be released at a later date.

A national tour of “Hamilton” came through Gammage for 32 performances in January-February 2018 and reportedly generated a $50 million impact on Arizona’s economy.

There was still no word on when another Broadway tour – “Oklahoma” – would be rescheduled. That song-and-dance production had been set to take the stage Dec. 1-6.

Previously rescheduled tours include “Mean Girls,” which will go from Aug. 31-Sept. 5, 2021.

Others in the Broadway Series, such as “The Lion King,” and “Come from Away” were canceled.

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‘Hamilton’ rescheduled for long 2021 run at ASU Gammage