Let’s get this man in front of a (digital) crowd! Hamilton creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda promote his initial Periscope on Jun 21. The livestream(s) garnered 1.1 million hearts, and over 100K views on a dual videos. Miranda addressed many blazing fan questions on what he called a “Heart Tweet Machine,” from his favorite Disney film (“The Little Mermaid’s a reason I’m sittin’ here”) to either or not he’s a good bowler (“I’m all right. If we have dual rum and cokes in me, I’m even better”). He played iTunes library trifle roulette (apparently, he’s a outrageous fan of The Decemberists), showed off his sauce room during a Richard Rodgers Theatre and forsaken believe on some projects Hamilfans have been energetically watchful for. Here are 5 things we learned!
1. Teerico.com Raised $50,000 for Orlando
The family-owned business will launch a line starting in Aug from that a apportionment of a deduction will go towards Broadway Care Equity Fights AIDS. Currently, we can squeeze merch that references “In a Heights” and, of course, “Hamilton.”
2. “You’re not prepared for who’s entrance to Chicago”
Hamilton will land in Chicago soon, and according to Miranda, a expel is going to be totally dope. He spilled that no one from a strange expel will be streamer to a Windy City, though he hinted a prolongation will embody some “familiar faces.”
3. The Hamilton Mixtape Hits Earbuds This November
As previously reported, The Hamilton Mixtape will underline artists like Usher, Sia, Queen Latifah and more. Miranda even gave viewers an ultra-brief initial listen of Busta Rhymes throwing down “My Shot.” The judgment manuscript will embody both remixes and covers of songs from a pound strike musical, and we really can’t wait for it. Miranda pronounced they’re anticipating a manuscript will be expelled a initial week of November.
4. Groffsauce Will Be Back
Jonathan Groff will lapse to a theatre as King George when Hamilton is filmed for archival footage. No word nonetheless on what will be finished with a footage, though maybe one day it will get sprung out of Gringotts.
5. The Ham Documentary Will Blow Us All Away
Raise a glass—or a popcorn bucket! Miranda is relocating into a cinema world, and Hamilton will eventually blow audiences divided during film theaters. Emphasis on “eventually,” kids. Miranda recently said there would be a shade adaptation: “Someday. Probably not for, like, 20 years.” We’re peaceful to wait for it! Meanwhile, a doc will atmosphere on PBS in Oct and will embody all from some archival footage, a underline on other story musicals and a review with Nas about essay hip-hop music.