This requires a separate ticket that is $25 when purchased with your History Camp ticket. (Same day tickets, if available, will be higher.) It takes place in the same facility as History Camp and begins immediately after our History Camp wrap up session. (This program is produced independently of History Camp.) The after party at Carrie Nation will still be going on after the performance, so come join us after the show.
A quintessential Founding Family comes to life in The House of Hancock: A Hamilton-Inspired Musical, an immersive living history performance from Judith Kalaora and the History At Play Ensemble who were the creative team behind last year’s World War Women: The Unsung Heroines of WWII and A Revolution of Her Own! Deborah Sampson the prior year.
The show explores the lives of John and Dorothy Hancock and their rise to greatness as the most powerful family in Boston. And while it’s based on the Hamilton musical, there is a very special twist.
In terms of timing and logistics, many of us are going out to Carrie Nation, a nearby and very nice restaurant and bar, after History Camp. We have planned it so that people who stay for the play can also join. We hope you will.