But here's the bad news: don't plan on seeing the show if you're coming to New York anytime soon. Checking Ticketmaster today (which is the only place I would recommend buying tickets, as there are more counterfeit "Hamilton" tickets floating around than there are fake Louis Vuitton bags or "Bolex" watches on Canal Street), there are a few random single seats available next winter - as in December 2016 and January 2017. If you want tickets, follow the show and watch when the next block of tickets goes on sale - and snap them up as soon as they do.
There is a daily "lottery" where a few lucky people win the opportunity to buy last-minute front-row seats for $10, but because you're competing with about a zillion people, the odds of winning aren't good.
The show also starts an open-ended run in Chicago this September, so you can follow the show to find out when tickets go on sale. Other extended runs are planned for L.A. and San Francisco, but I haven't yet seen any details about those.
Until then, you can get your "Hamilton" fix by listening to the fantastic cast album, catching them opening the live Grammy telecast on February 15, or - better yet - reading the biography that tells the story of this colorful "ten-dollar Founding Father."
If you ever get your shot at seeing "Hamilton," you won't be disappointed. Already seen it? What did you think?