Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Hamilton heads off-Broadway and onto ADOT message boards

By Caroline Carpenter / ADOT Communications

"Hamilton," one of the most successful Broadway musicals ever, opened at ASU Gammage last night. The show made a splash on Broadway and on ADOT’s social media sites. In case you missed it, Hamilton-themed freeway message boards were a hit with our followers.

Thanks to all of your tweets, "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda even took notice of our signs. Many on Twitter offered their own puns and a few asked for a job with ADOT. Fans even came up with the hashtag #ADOTaMusical.

Our Twitter Moment below gives you a quick rundown of some of the tweets we received and the signs that kicked off hundreds of retweets and nearly 2,000 "likes."

Posted by Caroline Carpenter   |  Labels:  Broadway-musical, dms, freeway-sign, Hamilton, Hamilton-the-musical, Safety, safety-message


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