‘Hamilton’ Is Coming Back To LA Along With ‘Frozen’ & ‘Mean Girls’ For ‘Broadway in Hollywood’

The ever-popular Broadway musical is making its way the West Coast in 2020!

An announcement earlier this morning revealed that the smash-hit musical, Hamilton, has temporary plans on settling down in the city of Angels.

The Pantages 2019-2020 season includes a handful of smash hits such as Anastasia, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, Disney’s Frozen, and Hamilton, which will hit the stage in March 2020.

However, as part of a new agreement, Pantages plans to split the season with the Dolby Theatre! A few of the big named musicals include Jimmy Buffet Escape to Margaritaville, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical, Mean Girls, The Band’s Visit, and My Fair Lady which finishing things up in July. So if you want to take a trip to visit Olaf in Arendal or plan your revenge against the Plastics, you’ll definitely have options to choose from.

The latest collaboration promotes bringing more shows to town while also giving them longer runs. And though a line-up was announced, you won’t be able to buy tickets to individual shows just yet. Season ticket holders can renew their membership for as low as $352 dollars (sitting in the cheap seats of course.) Unfortunately, it looks like Hamilton is an add-on not included in the season packages… looks like we’ll have to wait on further details regarding when tickets will be available to the general public!

You can buy your Pantages And Dolby Theatre season tickets, here.

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