If you are wondering if there is a dialogue Hamilton Before it's released on Disney + on July 3rd, the answer to that is kind of. There are some scenes that include dialogues such as "Redcoat Transition" in which ensemble members act as redcoats and patriot spies between the songs "You & # 39; re Be Back" and "Right Hand Man" and "Tomorrow There & # 39; ll Be "Act More of Us" scene that happens when Hamilton finds out that John Laurens is killed.
However, while many are considering Hamilton Technically speaking, as a musical it is an opera because it does not use dialogue to transition between songs. After working with a playwright, the creator Lin-Manuel Miranda decided not to use the traditional musical route because he "found that if you start with our opening number, you cannot return to the language". In an opera, the singing almost never stops and in HamiltonIn this case, there is continuous singing and knocking.
Naturally, Hamilton is not a traditional opera in the truest sense of the word. In fact, it's more of a hip-hopera influenced by Jay-Z's "friend or foe" to help Miranda properly set the talkative tone. Ultimately, this just means that the show's music numbers blend into each other more smoothly and you won't miss much when listening to the cast. And hey, now you can tell your friends what your favorite opera is after you stream Hamilton on Disney +.