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'Hamilton' Seeks New Talent With Open Auditions

No prior theater experience is necessary to audition, meaning you do not have to be a member of Actors’ Equity. Producers are seeking non-white men and women, ages 20s to 30s

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    Phillipa Soo, Rene Elise Goldsberry and Jasmine Cephas Jones in "Hamilton."

    You could have a shot at starring in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s blockbuster musical “Hamilton.”

    Casting directors for the historical hip-hopera are holding open auditions for replacements to the Broadway production, and new cast members for the upcoming national tours.

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    Auditions will be held in New York City on May 3.

    No prior theater experience is necessary to audition, meaning you do not have to be a member of Actors’ Equity. Producers are seeking non-white men and women, ages 20s to 30s.

    Similar open calls are happening in Los Angeles and San Francisco in mid-April.

    “Hamilton is currently running at Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre. A Chicago company will begin performances in September at the PrivateBank Theatre, while a London production is scheduled to open in the West End in 2017.

    A national tour will launch in March 2017 at San Francisco’s SHN Orpheum Theatre, where it will play a 21-week run before moving on to Los Angeles’ Hollywood Pantages Theatre. More cities are scheduled to be announced soon.

    For further information, visit HamiltonBroadway.com/auditions.