Foreword by Lin-Manuel Miranda.Original interviews with all of the principal crew from the musical who put together this exhibition-including Lin-Manuel Miranda, producer Jeffrey Seller, director Thomas Kail, and creative director David Korins-this book will be a must-have for fans of the musical, offering new insight into their creative process.A thoroughly researched, highly engaging deep dive into an important subject with a modern and progressive approach to how we look at American historyAn easy primer to dip in and out of easily for those who might be intimidated to read the 832-page classic biography. Appeals to fans of the musical who would not otherwise be students of history but are now eager to learn the details of the real-life events depicted.Revolutionary war buffs will find the new approach enlightening and thought-provoking.Delves into many aspects of the revolutionary era not covered in the play including slavery, women's rights, and the battle strategies.This book will serve as a more affordable alternative, especially for younger fans, to the companion book to the musical, Hamilton: The Revolution ISBN 9781455539741, published in 2016, and retails at $45Publicity: National media covered the Chicago opening of the Hamilton exhibition including interviews on The Today Show, Ellen, NY Times, LA Times and more. The Chicago Tribune ran eight different preview articles. There will be a second publicity push specifically for the book on publication with outreach to print, online, TV, and radio. Social media outreach will incorporate the musical's social accounts including 1.1M Instagram followers, and the producers's personal accounts including Lin-Manuel Miranda's 2.82M Twitter followers.
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