Employing a variety of musical styles including pop and hip hop, the hit Tony-winning show tells the story of Alexander Hamilton, the American founding father who greatly influenced the US Constitution and the country’s financial system—before dying in a duel with a political rival, Aaron Burr. Miranda wrote the music and lyrics and starred as the titular politician from the show’s inception in February 2015 until mid-2016. He was applauded for casting black, Asian, and Latinx actors as the founders of the country.

Hamilton is still one of the hottest tickets on Broadway (and everywhere else it goes on tour). Tickets start around $200 and can run as much as $1,000 for premier seats at popular showtimes. The Disney movie will allow viewers who may not be able to afford a Broadway ticket the chance to see a version of the musical with the original cast.

“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to share this same Broadway experience with millions of people around the world,” Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a statement.

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