Posts Tagged ‘Hamilton’

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Want to See ‘Hamilton’ at The Fisher Theatre?

Get tickets for “Hamilton” and give back to one of these local fundraisers. By Julie Smith Yolles Photos courtesy of Joan Marcus So many tickets, so few left. If you didn’t purchase the Broadway in Detroit subscription by the time “Something Rotten” opened at the Fisher Theatre in September, you were basically SOL (Severely Out…

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Ticketmaster Verified Fan Registration Available Through Wednesday, Jan. 23

Producer Jeffrey Seller and Broadway in Detroit announced today that tickets for the Detroit engagement of HAMILTON will be available online through Ticketmaster Verified Fan®, on Friday, January 25 at 10:00 AM ET.  Verified Fan is a new fan-facing technology from Ticketmaster that allows pre-registered fans to unlock access to tickets without competing against scalpers…

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Shir Tikvah Co-Sponsors Premiere of Hamilton in Detroit

Congregation Shir Tikvah in Troy, Upland Hills School and Congregation Beth Shalom of Traverse City are sponsoring the premiere of Hamilton in Detroit at the Fisher Theatre on March 12, 2019. The evening will be major fundraiser for the three organizations, as well as a celebration of Shir Tikvah’s double chai (36th) anniversary year. The…

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Celebrity Jews – Movies, Netflix And A Sad Note

AT THE MOVIES Blindspotting, which got rave reviews at the most recent Sundance Film Festival, co-stars Daveed Diggs, 34, and Rafael Casal, as two poor guys in Oakland, Calif. It follows them as they cope with crime, police violence and gentrification. Casal and Diggs, who are from Oakland, co-wrote the film. Diggs, the son of…

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Love & War: An Alex and Eliza Story

Book Chat – “Love & War”

I have never been a big fan of historical fiction, but I am a big fan of “Hamilton.” So, that fascination led me to Alex & Eliza (Penguin Young Readers Group, 2017) by Melissa De La Cruz. When I heard that a second book was coming out this spring, I knew I had to read it.…

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