Jan 2018
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Happy New Year everyone!

Hope 2018 is treating you great so far. I’ve updated the gallery with the latest events Lin attended in 2017 on top of his newest event from yesterday where Lin, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Hispanic Federation distributed donated toys for Three Kings Day. They did this as part of an event in East Harlem – with cultural performances, crafts and food.


Dec 2017
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Lin had a two episode arch on the newest season of Curb Your Enthusiasm where he starred as himself. I’ve updated the gallery with stills & screencaptures of the Lin during the 2 episodes.


Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017) > 9.09 “The Shucker” Stills
Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017) > 9.09 “The Shucker” Screencaptures
Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017) > 9.10 “Fatwa!” Stills
Curb Your Enthusiasm (2017) > 9.10 “Fatwa!” Screencaptures

Oct 2017
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Showtime is set to develop the series adaptation of “The Kingkiller Chronicle” that has been in the works at Lionsgate, the network announced Thursday.

The series will be executive produced by “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, with John Rogers serving as showrunner. Miranda will also compose music for the series, which is based on Patrick Rothfuss’ bestselling contemporary fantasy trilogy. Produced by Lionsgate, the series will be executive produced by Rogers, Miranda, Rothfuss, Robert Lawrence, and Jennifer Court.

“Showtime has always championed bold storytelling,” said Miranda. “Pat Rothruss’ ‘Kingkiller’ series is some of the most exciting storytelling I have ever read. I could not be more thrilled to help bring the sights and sounds of his wondrous world of Temerant to the screen.”

The series is centered on the wizard Kvothe, who survives a tragic childhood to become a notorious household name. “The Kingkiller Chronicle” series of books and novellas has sold 10 million copies, and the first two books — “The Name of the Wind” and “The Wise Man’s Fear” — were New York Times bestsellers. The television adaption is an origin story set a generation before the events of the first novel. [Source]

Oct 2017
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Lin was on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon yesterday where he got to play around like a little kid and talk about Almost Like Praying. Check out the photos and the videos from the episode.


Oct 2017
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Lin was out & about in New York yesterday to do some more promotion for Almost Like Praying which debated as top selling track of the week. I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Lin in SiriusXM and the Tidal x Brooklyn benefit concert.


2017 > 17 October – Lin-Manuel Miranda Visits SiriusXM 
2017 > 17 October – TIDAL X Brooklyn

Oct 2017
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Cate Blanchett and Lin-Manuel Miranda are to co-host the Evening Standard Awards this year.

They join regular hosts Evening Standard proprietor Evgeny Lebedev and Vogue editor Anna Wintour.

Taking place on 3 December, Phoebe Waller-Bridge will also present the 63rd awards. The venue is yet to be announced.

The advisory panel this year is made up of Daily Mail’s Baz Bamigboye, London Evening Standard’s chief theatre critic, Henry Hitchings; Guardian culture writer and broadcaster, Mark Lawson; WhatsOnStage’s Sarah Crompton and Matt Wolf, london theatre critic of the International New York Times; alongside the new London Evening Standard’s editor, George Osborne.

New productions and performances on the London stage between 17 October 2016 and 19 October 2017 are eligible for the awards.

The shortlist for the 63rd Evening Standard Awards will be announced in November. Categories include Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, Most Promising Playwright and Emerging Talent Award. [Source]

Oct 2017
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The island of Puerto Rico is in critical condition following the devastation of Hurricane Maria. Hamilton writer Lin-Manuel Miranda makes his plea for awareness with “Almost Like Praying,” a song (listen below) whose proceeds will aid disaster relief for his second home.

I was on vacation when the hurricane hit. And like every Puerto Rican who does not live in Puerto Rico, we had a terrible few days where we were just waiting for news. The power grid was completely destroyed.

Every cell tower was out of service. So there was a period of quiet for every family member of every citizen on that island, and I was restless and in need of something to do. In the calm after the storm, most of my Facebook and Twitter feed was “My grandmother lives in Lares” or “My uncle is in San Juan. Has anyone heard from there?” It was a giant game of internet telephone, and my brain started working in terms of lyrics, because that’s what my brain does, and so I started thinking, “What if we write a relief song, but the lyrics to the song are simply every town in Puerto Rico?” I started thinking about Hurricane Maria — a name that will now forever have a destructive connotation, but prior to two weeks ago, was my favorite song from West Side Story.

So my brain started playing with the lyrics “Say it loud and there’s music playing/Say it soft and it’s almost like praying,” and I immediately emailed the Leonard Bernstein estate and Stephen Sondheim to ask for permission to sample it. To their incredible credit, they said yes within the day, and I started writing this tune where the hook is “Almost Like Praying” and the lyrics are the name of every town — 78 towns — in Puerto Rico. And then I pulled up my Rolodex. [Read More]