Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway

Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway
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Jayasri

Hamilton's America on PBS (I think it was a WNET production) really spoiled me. After that, this one seemed tame and talky. Miranda is always fun to listen to and the speeches at the Tony Awards.

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janice

but he owned slaves....i'm not interested....i'm disgusted!!!! HE DID NAME ONE BLACK PERSON TO FIND HIS INNER ALEXANDER HIP HOP VOICE...HE SAID EMINEM AND BIG PUN!! REALLY NOT NAS!!!

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