Unless you're lucky, it'll take you dozens of Alexander Hamiltons ($10 bills) to buy a ticket to the hip-hop Broadway musical bearing his name — and prices could rise further yet.
"Hamilton" collected a record-setting 16 Tony Awards nominations Tuesday, including best musical and best original score, as well as with seven performance nominations for actors and actresses in its cast. Lin-Manuel Miranda's work has already collected an array of honors, including a Grammy for best musical theater album and the Pulitzer Prize for drama, along with a MacArthur "genius" grant for Miranda.
As far as demand goes, analysts say "Hamilton" was already in a league of its own.
"Typically, I think Tony nominations do have an impact on the demand for a show, and for other shows nominated this year I am sure that will be the case," said Chris Leyden, a content analyst for SeatGeek.com. "The popularity of 'Hamilton' has already exceeded any typical Tony nomination or win bump."