Full Coverage: ‘Hamilton’ in Hollywood
The wait is over. “Hamilton” has opened in Los Angeles, unfurling Lin-Manuel Miranda’s landmark musical across the stage of the Hollywood Pantages Theatre. Check here for the latest national tour news, cast interviews, behind-the-scenes features and more.
Rory O’Malley’s husband says O’Malley’s head has gotten bigger since it’s been wearing a crown.
“Hamilton” holds the title of most expensive show ever at Pantages, and that’s for the authorized tickets sold directly through the theater and Ticketmaster.
Two and a half years after it premiered off-Broadway, “Hamilton” finally reached Los Angeles last week when the touring edition of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s smash-hit musical opened Wednesday night at the Hollywood Pantages.
Review: ‘Hamilton’ brings its tale of American idealism to L.A. at a moment when it’s needed
More than two years after “Hamilton: An American Musical” had its world premiere at New York’s Public Theater, becoming the biggest theatrical sensation in at least a generation, it’s still up for grabs whether it was the brilliant hip-hop inflected score or the inclusive vision of American history or the kinetic ensemble production that turned Lin-Manuel Miranda’s creation into a pop cultural powerhouse.
‘Hamilton’ creative team on why the show works: ‘My fight every day was their fight 250 years ago’
More than 2,500 “Hamilton” fans filed into the gilded Hollywood Pantages Theatre on Monday evening, though the musical isn’t set to have its opening night until Wednesday.
When the curtain finally rose and those first, familiar notes of “Hamilton” rang out inside the Hollywood Pantages Theatre on opening night Wednesday, the audience erupted in applause so loud that the first line of the show was nearly drowned out.
Lin-Manuel Miranda leads the ‘Hamilton’ ticket lottery and a mini-concert in Hollywood
Lin-Manuel Miranda took the stage Wednesday — not inside the Hollywood Pantages Theatre, where “Hamilton” has its opening night, but outside the building along Hollywood Boulevard, where fans amassed for a “Hamilton” ticket lottery and mini-concert.
With racial clashes rattling the country, the ‘Hamilton’ message of inclusion marches on
While the country confronts the violent reemergence of white supremacists, Los Angeles is welcoming an antidote in “Hamilton.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda meets a mob of fans who gathered outside the Hollywood Pantages Theatre on Wednesday for a “Hamilton” ticket lottery and surprise mini-concert by cast members.
The “Hamilton” national tour cast, joined by show creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and music director Alex Lacamoire, serenades fans outside the Hollywood Pantages Theatre with medley of California songs, including, of course, “I Love L.A.”
The gilded foyer of Old Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre buzzed with restless anticipation.
Behind the scenes of the landmark musical’s arrival at the Hollywood Pantages on move-in day.
#Ham4All contestants sing their favorite ‘Hamilton’ songs in hopes of meeting Lin-Manuel Miranda
Contestants in “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda’s #Ham4All campaign were vying for a rare prize: tickets to opening night of the musical in Los Angeles, plus airfare, hotel accommodations and a chance to meet the man himself at the after-party Wednesday.
It was a raucous scene as fans arrived for the first preview performance of “Hamilton” at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood on Friday night.
The calm before the storm: ‘Hamilton’ and the countdown until the first curtain rises
Among the costumed actors posing for pictures with tourists on Hollywood Boulevard, not one but two convincing Johnny Depp look-alikes — one dressed as Willy Wonka, the other as Edward Scissorhands — walked by the famed Chinese Theatre.
He’s Lin-Manuel’s right-hand man: the ‘Hamilton’ arranger who hasn’t let hearing loss derail the dream
Alex Lacamoire has hearing loss.
He’s your Aaron Burr, sir: ‘Hamilton’ star Joshua Henry on why kids in the audience bring him to tears
Joshua Henry is at a loss for words. It doesn’t happen often.
From chorus girl to leading lady: Emmy Raver-Lampman, the Cinderella of ‘Hamilton’
“Have you heard of a show called ‘Hamilton’?” Emmy Raver-Lampman’s agent asked her in spring 2015.
Critic’s Notebook: A ‘Hamilton’ backlash? Why none of that matters with this history-making tour
Jumping on bandwagons is my least favorite activity.
‘Hamilton’ hits Hollywood: Here’s what it took to get the landmark musical to L.A.
Hollywood Boulevard, 4:45 a.m.
The hottest merch of ‘Hamilton,’ from the ‘Scrappy’ baby onesie to the ‘My Shot’ glass
Be sure that your wallet is full of Hamiltons if you plan on walking away from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical with merchandise to commemorate the day.
“Hamilton” is finally here, and here it will stay until Dec. 30.
Wait for it? No more. “Hamilton” is here. Let the countdown begin. Three days. Seventy-two hours.
“Hamilton” national tour at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco.
“Hamilton” has finally planted its flag in California.