On Broadway, a revolutionary negotiation fans a spark into a flame

In negotiating profit sharing for their creative contributions to the hit musical Hamilton, the show’s original off-Broadway cast set a history-making precedent.

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In the summer of 2015, the cast of Hamilton was on top of the world. Their highly anticipated hip-hop musical about the life of Founding Father and U.S. treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton had opened to rave reviews and euphoric audiences at Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre after a stint off-Broadway. A long run, Tony awards, touring

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