The founding fathers, as you have never seen them. The nationwide tour of "Hamilton" will travel to Boise for the 2020-21 Morrison Center season.
Provided by the Morrison Center
Oh, Alexander Hamilton, Boise is waiting for you!
Yes, theater lovers, you can really rejoice as probably the biggest breakthrough musical of the century – yes, I'll say – of the previous century on the way to Boise for a longer run in the 2020-21 season at the Morrison Center.
Yes, it's a long way and all the details are currently unavailable, but "Hamilton" is coming, and the best way to make sure you get a ticket is to buy the 2019-20 season of the center, which is " Waitress "is overwritten. and ends with the return of "The Book of Mormon."
Subscribers who renew their tickets at the end of next season will receive the first tickets to "Hamilton" tickets.
The Morrison Center is increasingly becoming a powerhouse presenter in the region, producing ever-larger productions such as "The Phantom of the Opera" in 2017, "The Lion King" in 2018 and the return of "Wicked" earlier this year achieved.
But "Hamilton" is the biggest coup so far. The 2015 Theater Sensation on the founding father of $ 10 won a record number of Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize. It has brought its creator and star Lin Manuel Miranda to world fame. By combining rap, traditional music techniques, and colorblindcasting to tell the story of the first US Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, a cultural earthquake was created that demonstrated a new generation of the art form – forever changing it.
It's still the hottest ticket on Broadway, at its open stand in Chicago and at performances across the country. This year, two companies are on the road with three to four-week runs. Stay tuned for more details.
The Morrison Center season 2019-20
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Tony nominated "Waitress" tells the story of Jenna, a waitress and seasoned baker who seeks a way out of her small town and stony marriage by pouring her heart into her confections. She participates in a baking contest in a nearby county and finds someone new, but will Jenna have the courage to make a fresh start? With a lyrical score by Sara Bareilles, she is based on the 2007 indie film that took Sundance by storm.
Events: 7:30 pm Thursday, 7th November, 8pm Friday, 8th November, 2am and 8pm Saturday, 9th November
"A CHRISTMAS STORY"
Spend the holidays with Ralphie and his family in "A Christmas Carol, the Musical". The authors Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the team behind "Dear Evan Hansen" and "La La Land", turned the popular holiday classic into a classic musical. Built in northern Indiana in the 1940s, it follows Ralphie Parker as he dreams of an official Red Ryder air rifle and realizes the true meaning of the season.
Events: 8 pm Friday, 22nd November, 8 pm and 8 pm. Saturday, November 23rd, 1pm Sunday, November 24th
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The classic musical about the Jewish community in pre-revolutionary Russia, which eludes distress, poverty and prejudices of joy, will reboot under the direction of Barlett Sher. (Now Tony was a director who won Tony, Sher was Resident Director at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival from 1992 to 2000.) The story of a poor milkman who only wants to find good husbands for his five daughters contains some of the best pieces of music that written for the stage. The typical songs include "Sunrise, Sunset", "If I were a rich man" and the cheering "To Life".
Events: 8 pm Friday, 3 January, 2 am and 8 pm Saturday, 4 January, 1 pm Sunday, 5 January 2020.
"The game that goes wrong"
This British farce has taken Broadway by storm and is now making its way through America. In the tradition of "Noises Off," "The Play to Goes Wrong" sends a classic murder mystery and a theater. It focuses on a production of "The Murder at Haversham Manor", a piece that is from mishaps and misconceptions to unbelievable.
Events: 8 pm Friday, 31 January, 2 pm and 8 pm Saturday, 1 February and 1 pm Sunday, 2 February 2020.
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Bandstand tells the story of six World War II soldiers returning home to fight post-traumatic stress and survival guilt as they try to bring their lives together. They form a band to attend a national patriotic radio contest in New York City. The three-time Tony choreographer ("In the Heights", "Hamilton" and "Bandstand") directed Andy Blankenbuehler.
Events: 8 pm Friday, 3 am, 2 pm and 8 pm Saturday, 4 April, 1 pm Sunday, 5 April 2020.
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A new production of the contagious rhythmic tour-de-force "Stomp" returns to the Morrison Center. You will find new routines, props and ways to keep the beat.
Events: 8 pm Friday, February 21, 8 pm and 8 pm Saturday, February 22, 2020.
"THE BOOK OF MORMON"
The seditious "The Book of Mormon" returns for a third engagement to the Morrison. It follows the mishaps of missionaries hoping to come to Orlando to spread the news but end up in Uganda facing warlords and their own questions.
Events: 19:30 h Tuesday, June 2, Wednesday, June 3 and Thursday, June 4, 8 pm. Friday, 5, 2 and 8 pm Saturday, 6 June, 1 am and 6:30 pm Sunday, June 7, 2020.
Seasonal subscriptions will be sold to the public on May 3 and cost $ 235 to $ 395 at (208) 426-1111 and MorrisonCenter.com. Single show tickets will be sold approximately 30 to 60 days before the start of each show. The availability varies. The Morrison Center is located at 2201 W. Cesar Chavez Lane on the campus of Boise State University.