ATLANTA - Want a chance to see Atlanta's first tour of "Hamilton," the Tony Award-winning musical that became a sensation, but don't want to sell a kidney to do so?
You may have the chance to see it for the cost of a single bill that bears the founding father's face.
"Hamilton" is coming to the Fox Theater starting on Tuesday, May 22 and producer Jeffrey Seller and Fifth Third Bank Broadway in Atlanta have made a way for the show's fans to possibly see it on the cheap.
For each performance, 40 orchestra tickets will be sold in a digital lottery for $10 each.
The digital lottery will start at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 20 for the first show on Tuesday. New lotteries will then begin two days before each performance.
To enter all you need to do is use the official Hamilton app or visit the show's website to register. You'll be told if you win at 11 a.m. the day of the performance. Each winner can at most two tickets.
"Hamilton," which was created by Lin-Manuel Miranda, tells the story of Alexander Hamilton, who went from the West Indies to become a founding father of America, through hip-hop, R&B, pop, and more.