DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Dayton Live announced Wednesday that it will welcome the first Dayton engagement of “Hamilton” to the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center in the 2021-2022 season.
“We’re thrilled to announce HAMILTON’s premiere engagement in Dayton,” said Ty Sutton, President & CEO of Dayton Live (formerly Victoria Theatre Association), the nonprofit arts organization that presents the Premier Health Broadway in Dayton Series at the Schuster Center. “We’ve been working to confirm dates for this incredible theatrical powerhouse since 2018. In fact, the question I get more often than any other is when will HAMILTON be here? Now we can officially confirm: HAMILTON is coming to Dayton.”
“Hamilton” will play two weeks, in 16 shows, in 2022. On-sale dates for single tickets and group tickets will be announced at a later time.
Officials with Dayton Live say the best way to secure access to tickets for the limited engagement is to purchase season tickets for the full 2020-2021 Premier Health Broadway in Dayton lineup, which will begin in January 2021, and renew your season tickets for 2021-2022 when the time comes.
Season ticket holders will have access to “Hamilton” tickets before they are available to the general public.
Click here for more information on “Hamilton.”
Here is the complete lineup for the 2020-2021 Premier Health Broadway in Dayton Season:
JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR
January 12 – 17, 2021 – Schuster Center
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
February 9 – 14, 2021 – Schuster Center
THE BAND’S VISIT
March 9 – 14, 2021 – Schuster Center
Disney’s THE LION KING
May 6 – 23, 2021 – Schuster Center
DEAR EVAN HANSEN
June 8 – 13, 2021
July 6 – 11, 2021 – Schuster Center
July 20 – 25, 2021 – Schuster Center
For complete details on the Premier Health Broadway in Dayton series, go to daytonlive.org/broadway.
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