'Hamilton' getting a new King George as Euan Morton steps in – New York News

THE SHOW “Hamilton”

THE DEAL Euan Morton will replace Brian d’Arcy James as King George in “Hamilton” beginning July 28. James originated the king’s role when the musical premiered at the Public Theater, but he left the show before it came to Broadway so that he could star in the musical comedy “Something Rotten!” Morton (who earned a Tony nomination playing Boy George in the 2003 musical “Taboo”) just finished touring the country in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.”

THE SHOW “Dear Evan Hansen”

THE DEAL “Dear Evan Hansen: Through the Window,” a souvenir book about the Tony-winning musical with contributions from all three of its writers (Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Steven Levenson), will be released in November. It will be published by Grand Central Publishing, which was behind “Hamilton: The Revolution.” The book will include the musical’s complete lyrics and dialogue, plus anecdotes about the show’s creation and development.

THE SHOW “Follies”

THE DEAL The National Theatre’s…

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