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Jun 2016
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A couple of weeks ago, Lin got his long deserved Caricature in Sardi’s. I’ve updated the gallery with pictures from the event and the video of the unveil below.

   

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Jun 2016
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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Lin & his parents attending the 2016 John Jay College Educating For Justice Gala.

   

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Jun 2016
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Disney’s live-action sequel to its 1964 classic Mary Poppins will hit theaters on December 25, 2018, as Mary Poppins Returns. The company just announced the title and date for its film starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda. The studio earlier had staked that Christmas date for an “Untitled Disney Live Action #2.”

Blunt will star as the magical English nanny, and Hamilton star Miranda will play a new character, a street lamplighter named Jack. Set in Depression-era London, it follows a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, who, along with Michael’s three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins following a personal loss. Through her unique magical skills, and with the aid of her friend Jack, she helps the family rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives. [source]

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Jun 2016
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The June 6 installment of CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden will feature the latest edition of the viral sing-your-hits-in-a-moving-vehicle bit — and this one is tied to the Tonys, which Corden is hosting.

EW has learned that Hamilton mastermind and 2016’s likely Tony darling Lin-Manuel Miranda will take a seat in Corden’s music mobile, and the pair will be joined by Audra McDonald (who stars in Shuffle Along), Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson (who’s currently on Broadway in Fully Committed), and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt actress Jane Krakowski (Tony-nominated this year for She Loves Me). On the set list? Plenty of show tunes. [source]

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May 2016
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I’ve updated the gallery with the latest events Lin attended a few days ago and the newly released photo of his & Leslie’s feature for Vogue.

   

2016 > 19 May – Tony Awards 2016 Luncheon 
2016 > 20 May – 82nd Annual Drama League Awards Ceremony
Digital Scans > Vogue US (2016)
Photo Sessions > Session 028

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May 2016
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If you ever find yourself in a position to sit down with Lin-Manuel Miranda, know this: You never really “sit down” with Lin-Manuel Miranda. He is always in motion, on a mission; standing still really isn’t his thing. When the 36-year-old composer and lyricist was dreaming up the songs for Hamilton, the Broadway phenomenon that he wrote every line of and currently stars in eight times a week, he would often walk for hours through the streets of New York City, willing the words to come. Even now, he insists that the calmest he ever feels is during the 2 hours and 45 minutes of the show, when he gets to bound around onstage as Alexander Hamilton, “yelling and rapping at the top of my lungs. It’s the most relaxing part of my day.” The physical exertion returns him, every night, to himself, offering an unlikely respite from the attention that’s swirled around him since Hamilton became a cultural and financial force. The only way that Miranda stays whole, now that everyone wants to engage with him—Hollywood, the White House, hundreds of thousands of Twitter followers, the music industry, Broadway obsessives, big-money investors, American history buffs, prize committees, schoolteachers, the political establishment—is to keep moving. [source]

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May 2016
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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Lin during the taping today of an interview with the Hamilton Cast that will air on May 20.

   

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May 2016
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Earlier today, Lin delivered the University Of Pennsylvania Commencement Keynote Address. Check out part of the speech below and the pictures that been uploaded to the gallery.

   

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May 2016
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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Lin visiting the cast of ‘School of Rock’ backstage after their show.

   

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May 2016
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I’ve updated the gallery with Lin’s photos from the feature that Complex Magaizne did on him & Chance The Rapper.

   

Things are coming full circle for Miranda, who’s honed his talents in musical theater for more than 15 years. The New York native won a Grammy for his acclaimed musical, In the Heights, in 2009. That same year, he took his big shot by debuting a portion of an experimental, hip-hop inspired composition then-named “The Hamilton Mixtape” at the White House Poetry Jam. He couldn’t have imagined how things would unfold from there.

In 2016, Miranda was invited back to both the Grammys and the White House for some well-earned recognition. He picked up his second award for Hamilton, which was recently nominated for a record-breaking 16 Tony Awards, and is now perpetually sold out on Broadway, with the price of resale tickets often running more than $1,000. And the cast accompanied him on this trip to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for an intimate performance of the show, which regularly boasts an audience packed with everyone from celebrities to suburban moms, all wildly cheering for battle rap scenes between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson. [Source]