WE, THE REVOLUTION Featuring HAMILTON Company Members to Benefit BC/EFA
Members of the touring company of HAMILTON and First Avenue are pleased to present We, The Revolution featuring HAMILTON Company Members: A Rock Revue, with special guest Ashley Támar Davis. The performance on Monday, September 24 at First Avenue benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
The revue features a live band, with HAMILTON company members singing and dancing their way through an array of their favorite rock songs. Grammy-nominated singer and Prince protégé Ashley Támar Davis will join the cast for a special performance.
General Admission tickets include access to the standing-room floor and open bar. VIP tickets include standing-room balcony access and premium open bar. A very limited number of King's Table VIP packages will also be available. Each King's Table VIP ticket includes access to the balcony level, a reserved table, a dedicated server with premium open bar, and a King's Table Meet and Greet with select cast members. King's Table VIP tickets are sold in pairs, and each table seats two. All alcohol service is restricted to patrons 21 and up.
VIP and King's Table VIP Tickets are available now via a theatre community presale, General Admission and any remaining VIP tickets are on sale to the public on Monday, September 10 at 10:00 a.m. A very limited number of $20 student rush tickets will be available at the door, prior to the performance. General Admission tickets are available online at www.first-avenue.com, www.etix.com, by phone at 1-800-514-3849, and at First Avenue ticket outlets; VIP and King's Table VIP are available online and via phone.
HAMILTON plays at the Orpheum Theatre through Sunday, October 7. More details can be found at www.HamiltonMusical.com
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS unites theatre artists with theatre lovers to help those in need. Broadway Cares supporters help men, women and children in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, DC, receive lifesaving medications, health care, nutritious meals, counseling and emergency financial assistance. In 2018, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS provided grants to eight social service organizations in Minnesota, including five in Minneapolis/St. Paul. More details can be found at www.broadwaycares.org