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One Last Time! Live #Ham4Ham Shows to End; Online Lottery Continues

HamiltonIt was announced today that the ever-popular live #Ham4Ham shows for the Tony Award winning musical Hamilton will end following tomorrow's show. The digital lottery will continue. The news was shared on the show's official Twitter page.

The very first Ham4Ham show debuted on July 15th and featured Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jonathan Groff recreating "Heights Cool Musical Too." Since then, various cast members and special guests have participated in over 100 live and digital shows.

Check out the announcements below:

The #Ham4Ham shows gave lottery participants a chance to see the stars of the Tony Award winning show in performance, even if their names were not chosen for the daily lottery. The performances often featured special guests including such Broadway luminaries as Cynthia Erivo, Audra McDonald, Kelly O'Hara, Aaron Tveit and Patti Lupone. Lin-Miranda Manuel Miranda originally served as host of the #Ham4Ham shows. When he departed the musical, Tony nominee Rory O'Malley, who currently portrays King George III, took over hosting duties.



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