THIS IS MY FAVORITE HAMILTON POST. FAVE ABSOLUTE FAVE

THIS IS MY FAVORITE HAMILTON POST. FAVE ABSOLUTE FAVE

so if u guys are writing Hamilton smut just remember that he himself did it first

so if u guys are writing Hamilton smut just remember that he himself did it first

I can just imagine a sopping wet Hamilton looking like a drowned cat when he walks in.

I can just imagine a sopping wet Hamilton looking like a drowned cat when he walks in.

Hamilton fits 20,000 words into a 2 and a half hour show that most other shows only fit 6,000. This show is amazing.

Hamilton fits 20,000 words into a 2 and a half hour show that most other shows only fit 6,000. This show is amazing.

Six years ago, Lin-Manuel Miranda was invited to perform during an evening of song and poetry at the White House. The writer, composer and performer was fresh off of a Tony Award win for In the Heights, his debut hip-hop- and salsa-inflected coming-of-age musical about life in the working-class Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights. But instead of doing something from that show, he debuted a rap about Alexander Hamilton, inspired by Ron Chernow’s landmark biography.

Six years ago, Lin-Manuel Miranda was invited to perform during an evening of song and poetry at the White House. The writer, composer and performer was fresh off of a Tony Award win for In the Heights, his debut hip-hop- and salsa-inflected coming-of-age musical about life in the working-class Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights. But instead of doing something from that show, he debuted a rap about Alexander Hamilton, inspired by Ron Chernow’s landmark biography.

It all moves so fast it’s hard for the audience to catch its breath. There’s a beat, a long quiet beat, at the end of the first act in which the audience gathers itself, then erupts in applause. Then they inch up the aisles to the lobby saying, “They should teach it like this in the schools.”  On Alexander Hamilton / Lin-Manuel Miranda

Meet Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Genius Behind "Hamilton," Broadway's Newest Hit

It all moves so fast it’s hard for the audience to catch its breath. There’s a beat, a long quiet beat, at the end of the first act in which the audience gathers itself, then erupts in applause. Then they inch up the aisles to the lobby saying, “They should teach it like this in the schools.” On Alexander Hamilton / Lin-Manuel Miranda

Lin-Manuel Miranda | Biography, Albums, & Streaming Radio | AllMusic

Lin-Manuel Miranda | Biography, Albums, & Streaming Radio | AllMusic

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