“SIX”at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, Saturday, 2pm, March 12th, 2022 Reviewed

By Ken Davis | March 14, 2022

Everyone was good, spirited, and appealing

Steven Van Zandt Spent A Few Days Criticizing The Hamilton’s Cast On Twitter

By Alyson Camus | November 23, 2016

‘A terrible precedent to set’

Vice President Mike Pence Gets Booed And Lectured At Hamilton

By Alyson Camus | November 19, 2016

‘We, sir, we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious’

US Top 10 Albums, September 10th, 2016

By Iman Lababedi | August 29, 2016

Missed opportunity

US Top 10 Albums For The Week Ending June 16th, 2016

By Iman Lababedi | June 20, 2016

A thumbs up for the cultural whopping Miranda has given the world

That Was The Week That Was: June 6th, 2016

By Iman Lababedi | June 13, 2016


“Hamilton” Poised To Take Over The Tonys

By admin | June 10, 2016

Spoiler Alert

Hamilton Raise The Price Of Most Expensive

By admin | June 9, 2016

Sharply increasing the cost

These Days: Thursday, May 19th, 2016

By Iman Lababedi | May 19, 2016

Both non and for profit are making money

What’s Wrong With The Broadway Musical?

By Iman Lababedi | May 5, 2016

Apparently, you can fool all the people. all the time.

“Hamilton” Gets 16 Tony Nominations

By admin | May 3, 2016

Miranda was acknowledged for his book, score and acting

“Hamilton An American Musical” At Richard Rodgers Theatre, Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | April 28, 2016

From ashy to classy

With The Broadway Musical “Hamilton” Winning The Pulitzer, Here Is Our Original Review

By Margaret Mullen | April 27, 2016

I’m not throwin’ away my … shot

These Days: Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

By Iman Lababedi | April 27, 2016

How many musicals quote from Biggie Smalls THREE TIMES!

“Hamilton To Pull In Over $100M In First Year

By admin | April 3, 2016

Poised to eclipse the Disney production

HAMILTON – An American Musical: August 17, 2015 – Richard Rodgers Theater, Reviewed

By Margaret Mullen | August 25, 2015

At the center of the Hamilton’s story is the relationship between Hamilton and Burr. Burr’s motto was “smile more talk less … don’t let them know what you stand for” whereas Hamilton was an outspoken proponent for a strong central government and a modern economic vision and often in opposition with Jefferson and Madison. Hamilton became George Washington’s most trusted adviser and confidant while Burr’s political aspirations were repeatedly thwarted. Burr is often seen looking on contemptuously instead of being invited into “In the Room Where it Happened.”