Dates at Straz Center will be announced later for hit musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda that sold-out a four-week run this year

The Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical “Hamilton,” which created a sensation in February during a sold-out run at Tampa's Straz Center, will return for another engagement during the theater’s 2020-21 season.

Dates and details for ticket sales for the run will be announced later, Straz officials said.

The musical has caused a frenzy since it opened at New York’s Public Theater in 2015 and then moved to Broadway months later after a sold-out run. Eager patrons wait hours to secure tickets whenever a new city is announced for one of the show’s two national touring companies, which have changed the demographics for Broadway musicals with younger and more diverse crowds.

Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the book, music and lyrics for the musical based on the best-selling biography “Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow, which shares details of the remarkable rise of the man who became the nation’s first treasury secretary and was eventually killed in a duel with his political rival Aaron Burr. Miranda’s score features a combination of rap, hip-hop, rhythm and blues and traditional Broadway styles to tell the story mostly through song and dance.

The production reunited Miranda with his “In the Heights” collaborators director Thomas Kail, choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler and musical supervisor and orchestrator Alex Lacamoire.

The musical was nominated for 15 Tony Awards in 2016 and won 11, including best musical.

The Straz Center first announced the initial run in Tampa in early 2017. Specific dates were released in 2018 when subscription sales began for the 2018-19 season. Season subscribers are among the first to get an opportunity to buy tickets for the show. Single tickets for this year’s run began in November, about three months before the Tampa opening.