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'Hamilton' extends run through Sept. 2; tickets on sale Dec. 5

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  • Alexander Hamilton (Miguel Cervantes), second from left, prepares for revolution along with John Laurens (Jose Ramos), left, and Hercules Mulligan (Wallace Smith), right, in a 2016 photograph of the Chicago production of "Hamilton." Gregory Treco has replaced Joshua Henry (second from right) in the role of Aaron Burr in the musical, which has been extended through Sept. 2, 2018.

    Alexander Hamilton (Miguel Cervantes), second from left, prepares for revolution along with John Laurens (Jose Ramos), left, and Hercules Mulligan (Wallace Smith), right, in a 2016 photograph of the Chicago production of "Hamilton." Gregory Treco has replaced Joshua Henry (second from right) in the role of Aaron Burr in the musical, which has been extended through Sept. 2, 2018.
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The holidays got a bit brighter for "Hamilton" fans with Thursday's announcement that the Chicago production will remain here through Sept. 2, 2018.

A new block of tickets for Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway blockbuster go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5, at the CIBC Theatre box office (18 W. Monroe St., Chicago), or at (800) 775-2000 or broadwayinchicago.com.

Tickets range from $75 to $195 for regular performances, although premium seats are available. The new, 18-week block of tickets are from May 1 through Sept. 2. There is a limit of 12 tickets per household.

The daily online lottery for 44, $10 tickets continues. For lottery information, see broadwayinchicago.com/hamiltonlotteryfaq or download the "Hamilton" app at hamiltonbroadway.com/app.

Chicago's production of the hip-hop-centered musical chronicling the life of Founding Father and first U.S. treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton opened in October 2016.

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