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Carlton Tel Aviv Hosts Jeffrey Seller, Producer of the Broadway-Hit Musical Hamilton

Jeffrey Seller | Hamilton | Broadway News 2017
Jeffrey Seller (left), Producer of Hamilton poses with Yossi Navi, Acting General Manager of Carlton Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv March 28, 2017: Tony-Award winning American theatrical producer Jeffrey Seller, better known for his role as Executive Producer of the Broadway musical Hamilton, arrived at the Carlton Tel Aviv this week, where he is pictured, at left, alongside Yossi Navi, Acting General Manager.
Seller, who is also known for his production roles with acclaimed musicals Rent and Avenue Q, checked into the Carlton Tel Aviv as a guest of the property during his visit to Tel Aviv.
Seller’s visit follows stays at Carlton Tel Aviv by French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni, as well as acclaimed entertainers, including US television host Larry King and actor Wayne Knight, among others.
Rooftop Sea Views at Carlton Tel Aviv

About Carlton Tel Aviv


Carlton Tel Aviv is a 268-room luxury property located in the heart of the vibrant coastline of Tel Aviv, with a loyal base of guests from around the world. Carlton Tel Aviv underwent a head-to-toe renovation and redesign two years ago, and boasts the renowned gourmet (Kosher) restaurants by Chef Meir Adoni, including Luminaand Blue Sky. Carlton Tel Aviv was recently awarded with a 2017 Traveler’s Choice Award by TripAdvisor and “Best Business Hotel in Israel 2016” by World Travel Awards.
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