The Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, California is hosting to the Broadway play Hamilton. TicketProcess.com has a plethora of tickets available to fans in the Los Angeles area at prices that are easily affordable under any budget.
While performing in his hit Broadway show In the Heights, Lin-Manuel Miranda began to write and create the music for his newest hit Broadway show, Hamilton. Inspired by the biography Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow, Miranda began to write music that takes fans through the life of Hamilton with Hip-Hop music. Since premiering on the Broadway stages of New York City, the production has been continued to premier shows in Chicago as well as at the Pantages Theatre in LA.
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