Lecture at New Kensington explains bipartisanship of ‘Hamilton’ play

From Dick Cheney to Gloria Steinem, the partisan bravos for the Broadway musical ”Hamilton” emanate like a cultural kumbaya. But just how did the Tony award-winning play attract such a diverse audience in a country so politically divided? Author and scholar Andrew Schocket probes the paradox during a talk at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Penn State New Kensington Conference Center.