Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording) Symbols & Objects

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Revolution

The primary narrative line of the play is anchored in events before, during, and after the American Revolution, in which what became the United States of America fought to be free of the rule and control of the British Empire. On another level, the action of the show is simultaneously motivated by personal revolution - specifically, the revolution fought by Alexander Hamilton (and to some extent Aaron Burr) against the rule and control of the prejudices that, as they see the situation, are designed to keep them from realizing their full potential. Revolution, in short, is portrayed throughout the narrative as a necessary, driven act designed to achieve freedom, whether as individuals or as a community.

Politics

While the main narrative line of the show is driven by the events and circumstances of the American Revolution, a secondary narrative line, closely entwined with the first, has...

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