“Hamilton’s America” Kicks Off PBS-TV’s Fall Arts Fest [Berkshire on Stage]

Broadway and history combine for a timely look at the making of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning mega-hit Hamilton.

“Hamilton’s America,” the documentary film that brings history to vivid life through the lens of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s pop culture Broadway phenomenon Hamilton – winner of 11 Tony Awards and the Pulitzer Prize – explodes onto television sets at 9pm on Friday (October 21) as the season premiere of the PBS Arts Fall Festival.

The story of Alexander Hamilton is most remembered for its dramatic conclusion, which saw Hamilton killed in a duel by Vice President Aaron Burr. But the full story of this political genius – a poor immigrant who built himself up from nothing to become one of the nation’s most vital architects – has largely been forgotten by history… until now.

Today, Hamilton’s fan club is vocal and growing, thanks, in no small measure, to Tony, Grammy and Emmy-winning composer and actor, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s revolutionary musical. With its young cast claiming America’s history as its own, Hamilton is redefining how audiences learn about history.

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