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Average customer review: 4.5 star rating (4.5 Stars)

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5.0 star rating Franco from Baltimore

INCREDIBLE PRODUCTION

What an incredible show! A spellbinding story told with power and energy with wall to wall knockout numbers. My favourite was I won’t miss my shot which open d the first half.. can’t wait to see this show again.

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5.0 star rating Anonymous from New York, New York

I LOVE HAMILTON

Hamilton is the best show in the world and I am obsessed as well as many others. This show about standing for your nation really hooks you and doesn't let go. I love Hamilton so much and I encourage people to listen to the soundtrack it's worth it.

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3.0 star rating Lauren Burke from Buffalo, NY

GREAT SHOW BUT EXECUTED WITHOUT FEELING AND PASSION!

I paid over $500 last October to see Hamilton on the day of my 80th birthday this May and couldn't have been more excited.. It was a huge decision to commit that kind of money. I had read Chernow's book and Lin's book about the making of the musical. I had listened to the music, viewed the PBS and many youtube videos, and visited the Grange. VERY SADLY the show we attended had 7 cast member substitutions: Hamilton, Eliza, Angelica, Burr, Philip/Laurens, Lafayette/Jefferson, and Samuel Seabury. Donald Webber Jr. who played Hamilton did a fine job singing, but there was no feeling in his acting. I was never emotionally engaged by the performers. Philip's death was an awkward scene. Burn was O.K., but didn't communicate pain. The Reynolds affair had little passion. Jefferson had no gravitas. ' It's Quiet Uptown' that has made me cry more than once, didn't engage. Bottom line, I was never emotionally engaged by the performers and felt a bit cheated.

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5.0 star rating Chuck from New York, New York

ELI’Z JUDD

We thought Elizabeth Judds performance was extraordinarily good. The entire musical was great and Elizabeth stood out! Congrats!!

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Brilliant engrossing UNFORGETTABLE

Miranda's mind is genius and the team which orchestrates his vision, powerful!

Hamilton, I have to say, is a theatre piece presented in a whole new way. I cannot imagine the hours spent, by the writer bent over a desk, mixing and matching the words to rhyme while telling a story true to time. Miranda was a one-man band on

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