More than 2,000 high-school students, teachers and volunteers filled the Eccles Theater to participate in Hamilton Education Program (EduHam) on May 4, 2018. Students from across the state participated in the unique opportunity of performing Hamilton-inspired musical or spoken numbers on center stage.  Utah definitely has talent.

Every student who attended created their own performance. The top 15 performances from different schools were selected to present at the theater.  Each act (solo or group) presented a rap, song, poem or spoken for their  classmates.

Additionally, the cast of Hamilton answered student’s questions. Then the day concluded with a special matinee performance of the Tony-Award winning musical.

Check out the news coverage of the event here:

Northern Utah students join others at special ‘Hamilton’ show in Salt Lake City – Ogden Standard Examiner

Utah students rap and sing their way onto the ‘Hamilton’ stage – Salt Lake Tribune

‘It’s like going to Disneyland’: Utah high school students react to seeing ‘Hamilton’ – Deseret News

LISTEN: Utah Students Take The ‘Hamilton’ Stage – KUER

EduHam, ‘Hamilton’ education program, shows Utah students exciting side of history – KUTV

Utah High School Students To Enjoy Private Hamilton Performance – Utah Public Radio 

Northern Utah students join others at special ‘Hamilton’ show in Salt Lake City – Ogden Standard Examiner 

Provo students learn U.S. history through ‘Hamilton’ curriculum – Provo Daily Herald

Provo students have their eyes on history through ‘Hamilton’ – AP News


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