PBS Arts Fall Festival

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The PBS Arts Fall Festival returns Friday nights, beginning October 21, 2016, with 8 new programs, including the highly anticipated look into the making of the Broadway phenomenon Hamilton, a contemporary take on the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Visionary Lin-Manuel Miranda, the show’s Tony and Grammy Award-winning creator and star, will host this year’s festival.

October 21: Hamilton’s America 

October 28:  Bill Murray: The Mark Twain Prize

November 4: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

November 11: Gypsy 

November 18: Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs

November 25: Lang Lang’s New York Rhapsody 

December 16: Joshua Bell’s Seasons of Cuba

December 23: Shakespeare Live! From The Royal Shakespeare Company

 

 

 

About the Host

Lin-Manuel Miranda, award-winning creator of Broadway smash hit Hamilton will host the Sixth Annual PBS Arts Fall Festival.

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