It’s not too late to catch Dallas Summer Musicals’ presentation of “Hamilton” at Music Hall at Fair Park. The Tony Award-winning musical about the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton is showing in Dallas until May.

Those who wish to see “Hamilton” at a low price will have the chance to purchase tickets through a new lottery system, in which participants will be able to buy tickets for only $10.00 each.

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To enter the lottery, one must download the “Hamilton” mobile application for iOS or Android. They can begin to enter the lottery at 11:00 AM CT two days prior to the performance date until 9:00 AM CT the day prior to the performance. Participants in the lottery will be notified at 11:00 AM CT the day prior to the performance via email and SMS whether they won or lost. Should they win, they will be able to pick up their tickets starting two hours before the performance with a valid ID. Up to 40 lottery tickets will be selected each day.

During “Hamilton’s” Dallas run, Music Hall at Fair Park will showcase a collection of Revolutionary War and Founding Era documents, including Dallas Public Library’s rare broadside of the Declaration of Independence.

“We’re so proud to partner with the Dallas Public Library and Seth Kaller, Inc. to add this exciting element to Dallas’ HAMILTON experience,” said Dallas Summer Musicals President Ken Novice in a statement. “We encourage everyone, whether you have a ticket to the show or not, to come down to the Music Hall and see this exciting display of our nation’s history.”

Other documents include a revealing love letter to Elizabeth Schuyler from Hamilton, A first edition of the “Reynolds Pamphlet” and Alexander Hamilton Jr’s annotated copy of the Federalist Papers.

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Hamilton will be showing in Dallas until May 5th. Tickets can be purchased here, and you can enter the lottery here.

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