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Lin-Manuel Miranda Announces That He Will Reprise His Lead Role In 'Hamilton'

By Jonna Ivin-Patton

Lin-Manuel Miranda has been tirelessly raising money for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria devastated most of the island. On Tuesday, the Tony-winning creator of the Broadway smash hit Hamilton said he will be bringing the show to Puerto Rico for a three-week run in January 2019. 

Miranda announced the decision on Twitter:

In an interview with CBS, Miranda talked about his decision to take the show to Puerto Rico:

We’re also going to be pricing hundreds of tickets that will only be $10, so that people on the island can enjoy the show.

Hamilton debuted in 2015 and went on to win 11 Tony Awards. Tickets at one time were as high as $850.