17th May 2021
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Hamilton In Australia: Production And Casting News

By Michelle Sciarrotta

If the world wasn’t already looking forward to a better year in 2021, the news has broken with the Australian casting for the production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical, Hamilton.

Hamilton In Australia

The Australian production of Hamilton is due to launch in March 2021 at the Sydney Lyric Theatre, and has been hotly anticipated. It’s reported that the original creative team were instrumental in the casting process for the production, with Miranda stating:

“I am incredibly excited by the cast we have assembled. While theatres around the world have been forced to temporarily shut down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have taken this time to bring together a truly incredible ensemble to tell this story. This cast has such incredible talent, warmth and power. I know they will thrill and move audiences in Sydney when it’s safe to return.”

The Cast

Jason Arrow – Alexander Hamilton

Jason has previously performed in Aladdin and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical since graduating from Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2016, and also has TV and concert credits from recent years.

Jason Arrow

Jason Arrow on Instagram & YouTube

Lyndon Watts – Aaron Burr

Lyndon is also a Music Theatre graduate from WAAPA, and has a number of performance credits including Sweet Charity, Anything Goes, Singin’ in the Rain, Aladdin, and West Side Story.

Lyndon Watts

Lyndon Watts on Instagram

Chloé Zuel – Eliza Hamilton

Chloé has held the roles of Aragon in Six The Musical, Anita in West Side Story, as well as performances in Ragtime, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Dusty The Musical, Little Shop Of Horrors, Rent, Les Misérables and numerous others.

Chloé Zuel

Chloé Zuel Website, on Instagram, Facebook

The full list of the cast and creative team can be found here.


As published on the official Hamilton Australia website, official guidance and advice for ticketing and coronavirus-related queries include practical information for theatre-goers post-pandemic.

“Tickets are now on-sale for performances from 17 March to 1 August 2021. For the best available tickets, please consider attending a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday performance from May onwards.

Tickets are now on-sale through Ticketmaster Australia. To stay up to date with all HAMILTON Australia announcements, we recommend that you join the waitlist by signing up at hamiltonmusical.com.au.

The only authorised ticket seller for HAMILTON tickets at the Sydney Lyric Theatre is Ticketmaster, as well as through our travel package partners, Helloworld & Viva Holidays and Keith Prowse Travel.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre box office is open Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.”


Once tickets go on sale, to make a wheelchair or companion card booking or have questions about venue accessibility, call (02) 9509 3600 or email [email protected] during normal business hours, Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. Please note that companion card tickets can only be collected at the box office from 1 hour prior to the performance booked.  The companion must present the companion card provided when booking before tickets can be handed to the patron.

There are currently plans underway to include AUSLAN signed performances and audio described performances of HAMILTON. Performance dates and booking details will be forthcoming.


Hamilton Australia Website


Hamilton on Twitter

Hamilton Australia on Instagram

Lin-Manuel Miranda on Twitter

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