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April 8, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Indulge in all things Hamilton! Whether you are already a fan or
wondering what the buzz is all about, do not throw away your shot to immerse yourself in this fun-filled historical extravaganza! Speakers, artifacts, performances, trivia, and a sing-along.
Throughout the day, enjoy:
REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENCAMPMENT
An exciting opportunity to learn about the Revolutionary War. Features musket firing!
TIMELINE DISPLAY OF HAMILTON’S LIFE
Extensive timeline display of Alexander Hamilton featuring a downloadable audio tour.
Provided by Caroline Holms, a Valley New School student.
HERITAGE HILL’S FRENCH FUR TRADING POST
Interpreters will share historical perspectives on life in Wisconsin.
View artifacts from the Daughters of the American Revolution and Neville Public Museums.
HAMILTON PAPER DOLL CRAFT
11:30 AM – 12:15 PM HISTORICAL PANEL DISCUSSION
Questions, comments, and discussion based on this time period.
12:30 – 1:15 PM INTERACTIVE LECTURE ON LIN-MANUEL MIRANDA
St. Norbert College Professor Erin Hunsader discusses Miranda’s theater
career and his writing style in poetry/hip-hop. Audience will be invited to try and replicate his style.
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM KENT PAULSEN & KNIGHTS ON BROADWAY
Knights director, Kent Paulsen shares insights on Hamilton-related topics
and the Knights perform excerpts from the musical.
2:30 PM HAMILTON SING-A-LONG with Dan Rafferty
Join piano-virtuoso, Dan Rafferty, in a Hamilton sing-a-long, karaoke style!