Why See Spamilton?
Here for the long run!
With a wildly successful ongoing engagement in Chicago, as well as a national tour, the hottest spoof musical of the year is has finally returned home to help you get in on the country's love for all things Hamilton! This newest brainchild from Forbidden Broadway creator Gerard Alessandrini is a hilarious way to get your Ham fix.
A loving take off of Lin Manuel Miranda's Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway juggernaut, Spamilton centers its story on an amalgamation of Alexander Hamilton and Manuel Miranda - 'Lin Manual as Hamilton' - who's on a mission to save Broadway from mediocrity! Throw Stephen Sondheim as Ben Franklin into the mix, as well as references to a whole load of other Broadway hits, and you've got a perfect night out for any musical theater fan! As with Forbidden Broadway, Spamilton is a constantly evolving work of art, as Alessandrini adds in new material and songs whenever inspiration strikes!
Opening night: 2 June 2017
Suitable for ages 10+
80 minutes without intermission
And before you stop reading
Images taken from the original off-Broadway production
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