Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway Now Streaming Free Online

Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway Now Streaming Free Online

"Hamilton: One Shot To Broadway", a documentary detailing the musical's creation and road to Broadway is now streaming globally for free.

Produced by Spiritlevel Cinema, the 80-minute film is the third documentary to look at the hit musical and features interviews with Lin-Manuel Miranda and the show's original Broadway cast.

Together with Broadway critics, columnists, and historians, the documentary look at both the Broadway show and its impact on America.

Here's how to stream "Hamilton: One Show to Broadway" now:



Whether you streamed Hamilton on Disney Plus or not, "Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway" is a fascinating look at the making of a Broadway hit. The full-length documentary to learn more about how the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical changed Broadway forever.

The documentary is now streaming for free globally thanks to Broadway on Demand. A direct link to the stream is now part of our list of free streaming shows. The stream is expected to remain on the platform for the foreseeable future.

Multiple documentaries were created around the success of Hamilton. Produced by RadicalMedia (filmmakers of the Hamilton live capture), "Hamilton's America" is the better-known PBS documentary that started airing on the network in 2017. The two-hour film follows the cast and crew as they develop the show for the Public Theatre and eventually open on Broadway. 

When the musical was released on Disney Plus, a documentary-style talk show titled "Hamilton: History Has Its Eyes On You" appeared on the streamer as well. The show features Robin Roberts hosting a discussion with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and original cast members of the musical. The show is available to stream exclusively through Disney Plus.

Hamilton” tells the story of America then, by America of today. Featuring a score by Lin-Manuel Miranda (In The Heights) that blends hip-hop, jazz, and R&B, “Hamilton” managed to take the story of America's founding father and created a revolutionary moment in theatre—a musical that has had an incredible impact on our culture, education, and politics.