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Hamilton: The Museum Exhibition Leverages Pro AV for Immersive Storytelling

Creators of the Broadway musical Hamilton aren’t done giving their man his shot. Responding to audience demand for more, they partnered with manufacturers, integrators, and historians to create the traveling showcase Hamilton: The Museum Exhibition. The technological spectacle thoughtfully presents an immersive exhibit blending art, history, and education surrounding Alexander Hamilton, our country’s founding fathers, and the events of the American Revolution.

Hamilton: The Museum Exhibition is a collaboration among Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, director Thomas Kail, creative director and set designer David Korins, producer Jeffrey Seller, orchestrator Alex Lacamoire, and Yale University historian and historical advisor to the exhibit Joanne B. Freeman. Harvard Law professor and historian Annette Gordon-Reed provided historical consultation.

To match the musical’s high production values, creators of this Hamilton project partnered with exhibition consultants IMG and integrator Design Electronics (DE). The exhibit, which opened in Chicago in April, is enjoying wide critical acclaim for the way its creators were able to blend art, history, drama, and education into one spectacular experience.

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HAMILTON: THE MUSEUM EXHIBITION LEVERAGES PRO AV FOR IMMERSIVE STORYTELLING

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Hamilton: The Museum Exhibition Leverages Pro AV for Immersive Storytelling

Creators of the Broadway musical Hamilton aren’t done giving their man his shot. Responding to audience demand for more, they partnered with manufacturers, integrators, and historians to create the traveling showcase Hamilton: The Museum Exhibition. The technological spectacle thoughtfully presents an immersive exhibit blending art, history, and education surrounding Alexander Hamilton, our country’s founding fathers, and the events of the American Revolution.

Hamilton: The Museum Exhibition is a collaboration among Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, director Thomas Kail, creative director and set designer David Korins, producer Jeffrey Seller, orchestrator Alex Lacamoire, and Yale University historian and historical advisor to the exhibit Joanne B. Freeman. Harvard Law professor and historian Annette Gordon-Reed provided historical consultation.

To match the musical’s high production values, creators of this Hamilton project partnered with exhibition consultants IMG and integrator Design Electronics (DE). The exhibit, which opened in Chicago in April, is enjoying wide critical acclaim for the way its creators were able to blend art, history, drama, and education into one spectacular experience.

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‘HAMILTON’ THE EXHIBITION

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WELCOME TO SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE: THE EXHIBITION, WHICH IS VERY MUCH READY FOR PRIME TIME.


When the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum was established in 1983, more than a few pundits suggested that such a memorial augured the death of the genre. Although it was only a few years after the record business had collapsed in 1979, in what many referred to as the Great Disco Disaster, it turned out that rock and roll had at least another three decades left in it (more or less). That looks also to be the case for NBC’s long-lived Saturday Night Live franchise, which wrapped its 40th season in 2015, now that it has its own archival repository. And this one’s not in Cleveland.

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