Hamilton

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CaitlinSnowLeopard
Martha Washington's feral tomcat is the only mention of any cats present in the show. He is never seen but is also never harmed in any way.
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The_Funky_Flapjack
there is talk of eating horse, but only to make a point of how tough of times the soldiers are going through
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Does an animal die?
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oopsie
They speak of eating horses
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meganf3000
Not explicitly show but it is said they have resprted to eating horses when merchants won't sell them food
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Ollyarts
There is a line that says “We have resorted to eating our horses”, but the presumed eating of those horses is not shown.
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the_official_new_zealand
Well not really but kinda? Maria Reynolds is obviously being manipulated and abused so James Reynolds can use her body for money
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the_official_new_zealand
Historically speaking, yes Maria Reynolds was manipulated and abused so James Reynolds could use her body for money but it's not very present in the move except with the line "My Husband's doin' me wrong, Beatin' me, Cheatin' me, Mistreating me"
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oopsie
But it's drunk often
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meganf3000
No one actually burning but Eliza sings a song after she finds out Hamilton cheated on her called Burn and it is FIRE (pun somewhat intended)
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oopsie
Yes, in the choreography someone hangs themselves on an invisible rope
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MaximilianSchrader
A character dies struggling to breath after getting shot
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JantiqueRFielding
The character is 19, so technically not a child, but it's a very emotional scene.
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PurpleCactus
"ThAT'S WheN mIsS MaRIAH rEYNolDS WaLKeD iNTO mY LiFE"
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LindsayS
Hamilton's mother died of an illness when he was young and it's described a few times in flashback.
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KriyaMannor
Eliza do a big a big boi scream at the end...
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oopsie
There's a brief mention of seeing 'the other side'
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Tomasz
there is a (figurative) mention of soiling one's bed, though, in Stay Alive while telling one cowardish general's story.
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MadelineMasquerade
Avoid all scenes with Jonathan Groff if spitting triggers you because he does that a lot while singing.
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Bretto
there is a mention of how characters were "sitting in their own sick" in the lyrics
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JantiqueRFielding
There is a deathbed scene, but it's not in a hospital.
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ReeKid97
kind of when it mentions that alexanders cousin killed himself a member from the company stood on the chair and acted as if he were hanging him self
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DogkinTrash
No, but main character is teased and hated by some for actions and characteristics that can be associated with neurodivergency (talking too much, always stating his thoughts etc). But neurodivergency is never a topic on the musical.
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Ticki
When the audience is being told that Hamilton's cousin hung himself one of the dancers motions as if he is hanging himself
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Tomasz
while watching duels, be prepared for a sudden sound of a gunshot.
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BowiethePeanut
It's a theatre show, so there's a lot of flashing stage lights. One of the main ones that I remember is during 'The Reynolds Pamphlet'/'Never Gonna be President'.
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Does a baby cry?
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thechonkyfrog
not in the movie but in real life yes
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MaximilianSchrader
No
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JantiqueRFielding
John Adams (reportedly) calls Hamilton a ""Creole b*st*rd". Hamilton calls him a "fat mother (bleep!)".
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JantiqueRFielding
Oopsie's comment is correct. Whatever we may choose to *speculate*, there are no characters who are historically proven to be LGBT+, OR are presented in the play as such. In fact, John Laurens' character in the play is much "straighter" than his real life history would suggest. Therefore no LGBT+ deaths.
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"Sit down John, you fat motherf*****!"
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averyanderson2018
Everyone in the show is POC (at least the main cast), so any deaths of black people are not because of brutality or racism.
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Ollyarts
There is implied sexual content, but no clothing is removed, and no sexual content happens in view. It is mostly just described in song and heavily implied.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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JantiqueRFielding
It's only suggested, never presented as actual fact, and in any case, he's not biologically related to his sister-in-law! Therefore, no incest! There is adultery, but that's another story!
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TrixyCynNic
It should be noted that many argue Maria Reynolds was basically forced to seduce Alexander by her husband so James Reynolds could blackmail Hamilton. The scene in the movie is her seducing him.
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oopsie
Both, it's bittersweet
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Bstewotter
There are 3 duels, all of which involve Guns. And Ships.
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No blood is shown
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the_official_new_zealand
While, it's not very explicit in the song Hurricane, the line "I didn't drown I couldn't seem to die" is said and Historically speaking no one knows for sure that any one died in the Hurricane but it's speculated people did
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