SYDNEY, March 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Hamilton is one of the most critically acclaimed and successful musicals of our time.

Since debuting in 2015, the Tony®, Grammy®, Olivier and Pulitzer Prize winning musical has sold over 2.6 million tickets, playing at iconic theatres from New York’s Broadway to London’s West End. And as of March 2021, this global phenomenon will only be playing in one location – Sydney’s Lyric Theatre.

Home to the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Harbour City is renowned for its natural beauty, world-class dining, vibrant nightlife, multicultural heritage and rich and exciting arts and events scene, making it a sought-after tourism destination the world over.

It is only fitting then that the city is now setting the stage to host an icon of the musical theatre world – Hamilton.

Commenting on Sydney as the host city of the Australian premiere, original Hamilton producer Jeffrey Seller said: “Sydney is our bright light and our rising sun. Sydney represents what I hope will be the rebirth of theatre, and Hamilton across the entire world. It is thanks to Sydney that we can open Hamilton on schedule, as we have been planning for the past 3-plus years with the Michael Cassel Group.”

The talented and diverse 35-person cast includes Sydney local Chloe Zuel, who plays Eliza Hamilton.

Tickets for the show are available most nights of the week, with back-to-back shows playing on weekends, for the entirety of the season from March 2021.

Destination NSW CEO Steve Cox said: “We’re immensely proud that Hamilton is opening exclusively in Sydney this month – further proof that Sydney is not only one of the greatest cities in the world but also the place to be right now. What a way for Sydney to show the world that we’re open for business, welcoming visitors and really embracing the roaring 2020s.”

Hamilton will open at Sydney Lyric Theatre from 17 March 2021.  

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