You don’t have to start a revolution or live on the East Coast to secure a front-row seat to Broadway musical sensation “Hamilton” this year. Those rambling, hungry young music fans will now have a chance to see it in Eugene, as part of the 2022-2023 Broadway in Eugene season.
The American Theater Guild, the largest nonprofit Broadway touring presenter in the United States, announced “Hamilton” and other popular musicals for Eugene as part of the Hult Center’s 40th anniversary season.
In addition to “Hamilton,” which won 11 Tony Awards in its debut year in 2016, including Best Musical, the lineup will include “Legally Blonde,” “The Simon and Garfunkel Story,” “Come From Away.” and “Anastasia”.
“We are truly delighted with the caliber of shows scheduled for the 2022-2023 season. We strive to provide world-class entertainment and family-friendly shows that will inspire audiences,” Amy Hamm, executive director of the American Theater Guild, said in a press release. “It is important that we continue our mission in the Eugene community and support the performing arts with quality performances as well as increased efforts in educational programs and partnerships through our Staging the Future initiative.”
Season tickets are on sale now, starting Friday at BroadwayInEugene.com or by visiting the Hult Center box office. They start at $219 and give you access to all the shows listed. Individual show tickets are not yet available, but will be later.
“Hamilton” is the first to run at the Hult, taking the stage for two weeks from September 13-25. “The Story of Simon and Garfunkel” will take place on January 14, 2023, as a season add-on. “Legally Blonde” will run from February 3-5, followed by “Come From Away” from April 25-30. The season will end with screenings of “Anastasia”, from May 12 to 14.
The Hult Center and BroadwayInEugene.com are the only official ticket sources for all shows in the 2022-2023 season. Persons purchasing tickets from another source may pay inflated prices and tickets will not be guaranteed.
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