LastFriday on 21 October 2016, I went to PBS Hamilton great performancewhere Lin-Manuel Miranda and his crew presented revolutionary music."Hamilton" was established in honor of Alexander Hamiltonwho is one of the most revered statesmen in American history. With adramatic conclusion as his story states, Hamilton was killed in aduel by Aaron Burr who was the then Vice President. However, hisstory as a genius in politics, poor immigrant who established himselffrom nothing to one of the vital architects in the nation, has beengreatly forgotten by history until now when Lin-Manuel and his creware trying to teach America its history and some of the efforts andsacrifices made by its founders. This event started at 9 pm, so Iarrived 30 minutes before time. When I got inside the theater, I wentstraight to the auditorium to wait for the action to begin. I noticedthat the backlight was good and there was enough light in the roomdespite the huge number of people inside. The public address systemwas also positioned on the stage to ensure that even the audienceseated in the round and upstage could hear what the performers weresaying. When the action began, I saw a choreographer who wasdirecting the dance movement of Lin-Manuel and his crew on stage. Asthey approached downstage I clearly saw their costumes whichreflected on the American culture. At the front stage, there was afloat-mic positioned and also a painted floor-cloth on the floor ofthe whole theater. The other things I saw in this theater are thestage crew who were operating the scenery. On the walls, there wereworking drawings of Alexander Hamilton. I really had fun and enjoyedgoing to the theatre because I was able to see how a theater lookslike. The set up and décor were just amazing. This I think isimportant to my course as it is easy to apply what is learnt inclassroom to real life scenario. What is seen is less likely to beforgotten, and this has created a lasting memory. In addition tothis, the music played was inspiring and it also gave a brief historyof America. If I had the chance, I would attend each and everyperformance at the theatre.