True house seats are NOT priced at premium prices, but because the show is in such demand, the producers and performers and creative staff have requests for their house seats stretching intro the summer and fall. They are unlikely to extend those benefits to the friends-of-friends-of-friends level.
That said, there are a lot of untrustworthy people out there claiming that the tickets they are selling are "house seats," either to lend credibi
I believe we're talking about stringent social/political thoughts concerning a man who many find to be one of history's truly awful people, who (to re-state the idea) "helped foster a financial system that keeps most people of color powerless and poor in this country." That is what I find absent from the show.
Then write your own show about that truly awful person.
I think Miranda is making a deeper statement about race and class in this country by NOT making the kind of "accusatory" or "satiric" statement you suggest, which would only have preachy, prosaic and drearily conventional.
What he does with performers of color simply BEING the Founding Fathers is much more challenging and liberating than what you suggest.
(this is called "conjecture". We have what's been recorded, "reliable" or not, and then we have conjecture. Chernow's background is in literature (and journalism), not history, and even as a historian, he seems to tend to be more interested in personality
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In 1967, the Royal Shakespeare Company performed Peter Brooks's "The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum at Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade"