Join Frank Rizzo, Variety theater critic and Yale School of Drama lecturer, for an in-depth look at Lin-Manuel Miranda and the creation of the musical "Hamilton." More…
Frank offers a fresh and personal perspective of the show, from its beginnings as a "concept album" to its "landmark musical" status. You will learn why “Hamilton” is considered a “landmark musical”, and not just a "rap musical”. Frank will explain the show’s evolution from concept album to full-fledged production, and compare critiques and interpretations of its various show-stoppers.
See it if You want to learn more about some of the whys and how’s that brought Hamilton to the stage. Presenter is very excited and knowledgeable.
Don't see it if You have already read everything that there is available to read/watch about Hamilton. Doesn’t seem to be much new info but a few things.
See it if Are fascinated w how a show develops, want insight into Lin-Manuel, want to learn how to experience a show on deeper levels.
Don't see it if Don't want to think about anything Hamilton-related. Frank is very insightful and discusses how history & artistry were combined.
See it if you want to participate in an informative forum with a knowledgeable theater critic on virtually every aspect of the Hamilton phenomenon.
Don't see it if you're not interested in what goes into developing a show like Hamilton or you're simply not interested in the history of the period.
See it if you have seen Hamilton at least once & are intrigued by the origin & creative process of a masterpiece
Don't see it if you have no interest at all in Hamilton or in what goes into the many facets of of a 'landmark' musical
See it if you want to be in the room with Hamilton fans and a renowned critic who loves the show. Interesting comparisons to Sweeney Todd & Music Man.
Don't see it if you're expecting a polished presentation for your $30. I think Frank had lots more he wanted to share but ran out of time.
See it if He is very knowledgeable and it’s a very popular subject “Alexander Hamilton” whether if you had seen the show or not.
Don't see it if You are not interested in Hamilton either as a person in history or the show.