DCMTA Partners with Kennedy Center on ‘Hamilton’ Sing-Along

Don’t throw away your shot! Sing Hamilton songs with some of DC’s favorite musical theater performers this Friday, November 30th on the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage.

The Kennedy Center and DC Metro Theater Arts invite the public to enjoy a free Hamilton Sing-Along on the Millennium Stage to celebrate the upcoming 41st Kennedy Center Honors, in which the co-creators of Hamilton – writer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda, director Thomas Kail, choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler, and music director Alex Lacamoire – will receive special honors for groundbreaking work.

Technical support provided by the Kentlands Arts Barn.


Beth Amman
Julia Capizzi
Amber Jones
Emmanuel Elliot Key
Ben Lurye
Da’Von Moody


Ayana Reed
Ashley Nicholas
Andres Alejandro Ponce
Christopher Rios
Nia Savoy
Greg Watkins
Marquise White

The Hamilton Sing-Along plays Friday, November 30, 2018, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm on the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage – 2700 F Street, NW, in Washington DC. The event is free to the public.

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Nicole Hertvik
A reformed child actor, Nicole got her BA in English literature before wandering the globe for a decade, writing and teaching English in Prague, San Francisco, Buenos Aires, and Paris. She eventually landed in NYC where she received a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University and dabbled in theater as an actor, script reader, and dramaturg. Thrilled by the strong and diverse theater community she discovered in Washington, DC, Nicole wakes up every morning excited to contribute to DC Metro Theater Arts and other publications. Nicole studied journalism at Georgetown University and was a 2019 fellow at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Critics Institute. Email: nicole@dcmetrotheaterarts.com, Instagram: @nicolehertvik, Twitter: @nicolehertvik, Facebook: Nicole Hertvik.