Which Hamilton character are you? Have you ever thought about it? This quiz will help you find the Broadway character that suits your personality best.

The answers are based on your personal characteristics. Do people think of you as a pillar of emotional strength – the hero who possesses the noble qualities that define a good friend? If so, then you may be just like Eliza Schuyler. You can choose to be patient for the perfect opportunity to show itself. Or you could be like Aaron Burr and go for it now. You may be a leader if you’re confident in yourself, confident in your abilities, and never afraid.

George Washington is an excellent example of this type of leader. You might think of yourself as a master negotiator, but you may be the modern-day equivalent of Thomas Jefferson. If you’re job in life is to provide comic relief, then you’re of course George III of England. It’s also worth mentioning that if you came from nothing and became something, there’s a good chance you could be our Hero, Alexander Hamilton. Just test your self.

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What is your Gender?
Male
Female
Other

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How would you destroy your enemy?Money

Pen and paper
Knowledge
Money
Sword

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Which best describes Alexander Hamilton?

Young and scrappy
Bastard orphan
Immigrant
Hero and scholar

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Which drink do you prefer?

Scotch
Whiskey
Ale
Wine

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Which lyric do you like the most?

"Chick-a-plao!"
"Talk less, smile more."
"Well he's never gon' be president now."
"I'm a general. Whee!!!!"

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Where would you rather go on vacation?

London
Paris
New York
Off the grid

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How do you feel about public speaking?

I love it.
I'd rather not, but it wouldn't be the end of the world.
It's not for me.
It's alright.

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Which of these do you spend the most time looking at?

Email
Twitter
Tumblr
Instagram

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What is Hamilton?

Hamilton is a Broadway musical which is similar to a mix of Opera, singing most likely a drama. It tells the story of American Founding Father Alexander Hamilton and chiefly depicts the political and personal life of Hamilton, as well as his involvement in the founding of the United States of America.

It is also described as “the best musical ever” by many critics. The show is full of hip-hop, rap, and R&B music.

Hamilton won 11 Tony Awards in 2016, including one for Best Musical. It also won a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album and was nominated for Best Rap Performance and Record of the Year at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Hamilton’ Musical characters’ Names

Hamilton is a musical that had a significant influence on contemporary culture. The musical was released in 2015 and has seen its popularity rise ever since then. It is the first Broadway musical to be written, directed, or produced by an African American person or people. The show revolves around the life of one of the founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton.

The following are some of the characters names in Hamilton:

King George III

Alexander Hamilton

Thomas Jefferson

Eliza Schuyler Hamilton

Phillip Schuyler

The End of the ‘Hamilton’ Musical

Hamilton, a musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, was a phenomenal success. The musical has won 11 Tony Awards and been nominated for a Grammy. It is one of the most successful Broadway productions ever with its tickets going for prices as high as $850.

Lin-Manuel Miranda will be releasing a new soundtrack called “Hamilton: The Revolution” on November 20th. This album will contain the sheet music to all of the songs in Hamilton and is said to be “the definitive edition of this groundbreaking American musical” according to an advertisement on amazon.com.

The new album will also include essays from historians as well as interviews with some of those who helped shape Hamilton into what it is today such as Ron Chernow, Stephen Sondheim, and President

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