Daniel Breaker and Montego Glover to Join Hamilton on Broadway and in Chicago, Respectively

Broadway News   Daniel Breaker and Montego Glover to Join Hamilton on Broadway and in Chicago, Respectively
 
The two will begin performances in the productions this summer.
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Daniel Breaker and Montego Glover

Tony nominees Daniel Breaker and Montego Glover will join the Broadway and Chicago companies of Hamilton, respectively.

Breaker, who currently plays Aaron Burr in the Chicago cast of the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical, will take on the role at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre beginning August 29. He succeeds Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon, who will play his final performance August 13 before appearing in Signature Theatre Company's Fucking A, as part of its The Red Letter Plays presentation.

Gregory Treco
Gregory Treco

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Glover will assume the role of Angelica Schuyler from Tony winner Karen Olivo in early September; Olivo is set to take her final bow at Chicago’s PrivateBank Theatre August 6.

Breaker will depart the Chicago production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical August 20. Beginning September 8, Gregory Treco, the principal standby for Aaron Burr, George Washington, and Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson on Broadway, will take over the role of Burr in the Windy City.

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A Tony nominee for Passing Strange, Breaker last appeared on Broadway in The Book of Mormon. His additional credits include The Performers, Shrek, Cymbeline, and Well.

Glover earned a Tony nomination for Memphis; she has also appeared in It Shoulda Been You, Les Miserables, and The Color Purple on Broadway, as well as the recent Toronto premiere of Sousatzka.

Prior to Hamilton, Treco appeared on Broadway in Taboo and Off-Broadway in Zanna, Don't! and Miracle Brothers.

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