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HamiltunesRVA

Saturday, January 11, 1:00pm5:00pm
Adults $10 to $15
Location:
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Join us for the 2020 edition of HamiltunesRVA, the sing-a-long event that gives everyone a "shot" to tell their story!Join us for the 2020 edition of HamiltunesRVA, the sing-a-long event that gives everyone a "shot" to tell their story!

Be in "The Room Where It Happens" when the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Firehouse Theatre give fans the chance to share their love of the musical that has taken the world by storm. You can't "Say No to This," so join the revolution by signing up to sing your heart out on stage or choose to simply support the cause from the comfort of your seat in the audience. Either way, you won't be "Satisfied" unless you're part of the "Non-Stop" fun. No need to "Wait for It'' get your tickets today!

Participation Cost & Details: 

  • $10 – Revolutionary Singers (will sing on stage)

  • $15 – Support Troops (can sing along from the audience)

You have to be at least 14 years old to be a Revolutionary Singer. Support Troop tickets can be purchased by stars of all ages.

If you purchase a Revolutionary Singer ticket, a link to an online signup sheet for roles will be emailed to you on Thursday, January 2nd at 3:00 pm. Singers can sign-up for any specific part they'd like to sing, and please note that signups for roles is on a first-come first-serve basis.

There are 186 available parts in HamiltunesRVA. Available roles will be maximized to allow Revolutionary Singers to sing individual parts of their choosing. For example, someone could sing Burr’s part in "Wait For It" in Act I and then sing Madison in "Washington on Your Side" in Act II. There are solo/lead and chorus parts available.

And don't forget to visit our exhibition, Founding Frenemies: Hamilton and The Virginians, while you're here! Discover the critical role Virginia, and Virginians, played in shaping the Alexander Hamilton story. Plan your visit now.

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