Lin-Manuel Miranda is bringing 'Freestyle Love Supreme' to Broadway

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Lin-Manuel Miranda is coming back to Broadway. "Freestyle Love Supreme" is set to hit the Great White Way in the fall. | Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images

(CNN) — Lin-Manuel Miranda is coming back to Broadway.

"Freestyle Love Supreme" is set to hit the Great White Way in the fall.

Conceived by Anthony Veneziale and co-created by "Hamilton's" Thomas Kail and Miranda, the show takes cues from the audience to deliver unique, improvisatory hip-hop musical experiences.

"Before 'Hamilton, before 'In the Heights,' there was 'Freestyle Love Supreme,'" the show's site proclaims.

Veneziale, Kail and Miranda first developed the concept in 2004 when Miranda's "In the Heights" musical was being developed.

Miranda will make unscheduled appearances during it's 16-week run from September to January at the Booth Theater.

"There's nothing like live theater and when it's being created in front of you, there's really nothing like it," Miranda told the New York Times.

The show ran off Broadway last winter and has been playing in Washington D.C., as part of The Kennedy Center series.

Other occasional performers for the Broadway run include Christopher Jackson, Wayne Brady and Daveed Diggs.

Tickets go on sale to the public July 9.

This story was first published on CNN.com, "Lin-Manuel Miranda is bringing 'Freestyle Love Supreme' to Broadway."