‘Gmorning, Gnight!’ author Lin-Manuel Miranda has noticed that particular parts of his hit Broadway show, ‘Hamilton,’ get laughs in London where they don’t in the United States.
As a Brit, oooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh
In the Heights, Hamilton, I think those alone qualify him as the Shakespeare of our time.
Lin Manuel is such an awesome guy and super talented
I love me some Lin!
I expected the whole interview to be sung. Man.. * kicks the dust *
I see Lin I click the vid
Awww, they trimmed his entrance hahaha, ????
As someone who did research on Hamilton as part of my graduate history coursework, I’m quite happy Miranda has brought him and his legacy into the public eye/culture to a much greater degree. As with just about all the Founding Fathers, he was a complex man with faults and mistakes, but nonetheless fascinating. PS – while I have your historical attention, look up Gouverneur Morris when you get a chance; he was one of the (if not THE) most interesting Founding Fathers (adamantly opposed to slavery, known as a bit of a rake, had a wooden peg-leg, spoke more times at the Constitutional Convention than any other delegate, and wrote the bulk of the actual Constitution … particularly the eloquent parts, according to Madison).
“It’s good to be seen” ?
Lin is simply the best. He just is.
I’ve been following him on twitter just because he is so positive and heart-warming. :3 It’s like a spot of sunlight in the mess that is twitter.. xD
Jonny!!!! (Also Lin!! But everyone else is already talking about him)
What a lovely man to listen to when things are so bleak.
Lin Manuel, have you said a British pantomime? Should explain everything.
That “tug” tweet is actually my favorite tweet of his. It was my intant way of cheering up. I did not realize that he wrote that in passing of Bourdain.
Anyone else getting Shel Silverstein Where the Sidewalk Ends vibes from those illustrations?
He’s such a gentle, beautiful, talented man. 🙂
God I wish I could sit down with Lin Manuel Miranda and just talk music theory for like an hour then rock out to some musicals. He is my hero, the one who told me through Hamilton that anything is possible and that’s why I’m going to University to study and grow as a music composer.
I’ve never seen him interviewed before. What a sweetheart he seems. It’s good to see a young man in love with words … they’re so much less fashionable than images are in these days of instasnap everything.
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