CHICAGO — If you weren’t able to score tickets to see the sold-out “Hamilton: An American Musical” in Chicago, you may have another chance.
The hit musical’s lead producer says those interested in purchasing tickets should look over the next couple of days.
According to Jeffrey Seller, more tickets were in the process of being added to the available inventory last week because Broadway in Chicago was going through and enforcing the rule that one person can only by a maximum of six tickets.
Anyone who bought more than the number allowed has had their money refunded.
To buy tickets, you can visit Broadwayinchicago.com, call the presenter’s ticket line at 800-775-2000, or go in person to the PrivateBank Theatre, 18 W. Monroe St.
“Hamilton” begins preview performances at the PrivateBank Theatre in Chicago September 27.
A second block of “Hamilton” tickets are expected to go on sale before the press opening on October 19. The official date has not been set yet. The new block will likely cover performances from March 21 – September 2017.
-The Chicago Tribune contributed to this report