Rogers: The Musical is a musical based on the life of Steve Rogers, the first Captain America.
Attended by the Bartons
In December 2024, Clint Barton took his children to New York City in order to spend some time with them; one of their activities was watching Rogers: The Musical. He was mostly displeased with the piece of work, as it brought his mind back to Natasha Romanoff's sacrifice. He also commented on the historical inaccuracy of Ant-Man being present, later calling it "ridiculous". The Bartons left halfway through the show.
- In an interview with Variety, showrunner Jonathan Igla revealed that the inspiration for Rogers: The Musical came from a billboard advertising Hamilton, which he and Elisa Climent would see daily on their commute to the writers' room.
- Rogers: The Musical was originally supposed to be a background element in Hawkeye, but as the idea grew, several Broadway veterans were tapped to develop the fictitious show, which include "Save The City" composer Marc Shaiman.
- The inclusion of Ant-Man as a combatant alongside the original Avengers during the Battle of New York is a possible nod to Hank Pym's Ant-Man being a founding member of the Avengers in the comics.