“Hamilton” is coming to San Jose for the primary time, because the opening present in Broadway San Jose’s revised subsequent season on the Middle for Performing Arts, the corporate introduced Monday, April 5.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical in regards to the nation’s first Secretary of the Treasury runs Oct. 12-31 with a brand new touring forged and the unique Tony Award-winning artistic workforce.
Productions of “Hairspray” (Nov. 23-28) and “Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Manufacturing facility” (Jan. 18-23) are scheduled to comply with, in response to the newest lineup.
“Tootsie” (April 19-24), which adapts the 1982 Dustin Hoffman movie, brings the season into subsequent spring, adopted by one other blockbuster in “Dear Evan Hansen” (June 8-19), the Steven Levenson, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul musical that appears truthfully and searchingly at teenage isolation and melancholy within the digital period.
The season concludes with Diane Paulus’ tackle “1776,” which implies that, with “Hamilton,” the founding fathers bookend Broadway San Jose’s season; connoisseurs of musical and American historical past alike may particularly benefit from the juxtaposition of two wildly completely different stage representations of Thomas Jefferson.
Broadway San Jose additionally gives a lineup of add-on exhibits not included in its subscription season: “Alton Brown Dwell: Past the Eats” (Nov. 15), “A Magical Cirque Christmas” (Dec. 30), “The Simon & Garfunkel Story” (Jan. 12), “Riverdance twenty fifth Anniversary Present” (Feb. 25-27), “Lease twenty fifth Anniversary Farewell Tour” (April 8-10) and “Come From Away” (July 12-17), the Irene Sankoff and David Hein musical in regards to the rural Canadian city that, by way of pluck, a humorousness and numerous bits of on a regular basis heroism, rallied to soak up hundreds of stranded airline passengers on 9/11.
Subscriptions, which begin at $280, can be found starting Might 3 at www.broadwaysanjose.com.