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Photos: Lin-Manuel Miranda attends students EduHam performance and ‘White Noise’ Opening Night
Mar 23, 2019
Gallery Update / Public Appearances / Video

On March 20, Lin-Manuel Miranda made a surprise appearance during a Q&A before The Rockefeller Foundation and The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History sponsored High School student EduHam matinee performance of ‘Hamilton’ at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.
Later that day, he attended ‘White Noise’ Opening Night at The Public Theater.

Public Appearances > 201920 March – Lin-Manuel Miranda Makes Surprise Appearance At Student #EduHam Matinee Performance Of ‘Hamilton’
Public Appearances > 201920 March – ‘White Noise’ Opening Night

Under the cut you can watch a short video of the conversation during the EduHam meeting.

Photos: Lin-Manuel Miranda at 2019 Maestro Cares Gala and Hudson Yards Grand Opening Party
Mar 15, 2019
Gallery Update / Public Appearances

On March 14, Lin-Manuel Miranda received the Community Hero Award during the Maestro Cares Foundation’s Sixth Annual Gala from the President of the foundation, Marc Anthony.
He was also among the guests at the opening party of the new mall at Hudson Yards where he posed with chef José Andrés.
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Public Appearances > 201914 March – Hudson Yards Grand Opening Party
Public Appearances > 201914 March – 2019 Maestro Cares Gala

Coverage: Lin-Manuel Miranda at the Opening Night of Be More Chill
Mar 12, 2019
Gallery Update / Public Appearances / Video

On March 10, Lin-Manuel Miranda attended the opening night of the new hit musical ‘Be More Chill’ on Broadway at The Lyceum Theatre 2019 in New York City.

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Photos: Lin-Manuel Miranda is Amy Santiago’s brother on Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Mar 9, 2019
Gallery Update / Stills/Screencaptures / Television Projects

Time to meet David Santiago on Brooklyn Nine-Nine!
Lin-Manuel Miranda guest starred an episode of the show playing Amy Santiago’s brother.
Check the stills and the screen captures of “The Golden Child” in our Gallery.

Television Projects > Brooklyn Nine-Nine6.09 “The Golden Child” Stills
Television Projects > Brooklyn Nine-Nine6.09 “The Golden Child” Screen Captures

NBC shared a clip of the episode. Enjoy!

Coverage: Red Carpet of Lincoln Center Theater’s Camelot
Mar 7, 2019
Gallery Update / Public Appearances / Stage Productions / Stills/Screencaptures

On March 04, the Lincoln Center Theater held its one-night-only benefit performance of Lerner & Loewe’s Camelot, with Lin-Manuel Miranda as King Arthur.
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Stage Production > 2019 – CamelotCurtain Call
Public Appearances > 201904 March – Lincoln Center Benefit Performance Of ‘Camelot’
Public Appearances > 201904 March – Lincoln Center Benefit Performance Of ‘Camelot’ After Party

Vogue shared a report of the night with brief interviews to the director Bartlett Sher and actors, including Lin-Manuel Miranda. Read it under the cut.

Photos: Lin-Manuel Miranda attends Ars Nova At Greenwich House Warming Party
Mar 7, 2019
Gallery Update / Public Appearances / Stage Productions

After the last performance of the improv group Freestyle Love Supreme, Lin-Manuel Miranda attended the Ars Nova At Greenwich House Warming Party on March 03.
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Video: His Dark Materials First Teaser Trailer
Feb 24, 2019
Television Projects / Video

BBC One and HBO’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials book trilogy has dropped a new teaser clip ahead of the series‘ 2019 premiere. The video is a quick first look at the characters, including Lee Scoresby, played by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Photos: Lin-Manuel Miranda attends Freestyle Love Supreme off Ars Nova run opening night
Feb 13, 2019
Public Appearances / Stage Productions

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s comedy hip hop group Freestyle Love Supreme celebrated opening night of their new off-Broadway show on February 12.
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News: Lin-Manuel Miranda will be guest-star in Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Feb 12, 2019
News / Stills/Screencaptures / Television Projects

Lin-Manuel Miranda landed a role in one of his favourite TV show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. On Thursday, March 7, NBC will air the episode “The Golden Child,” in which will play David Santiago, brother of Amy (Melissa Fumero) and her rival.
Head to our Gallery for a first look at David.

TVLine: This is the precinct where it’s about to happen: Brooklyn Nine-Nine has cast self-proclaimed super fan Lin-Manuel Miranda to guest-star in an upcoming Season 6 episode, TVLine has learned.

Miranda is set to play David Santiago, Amy’s brother and rival. He’ll appear in Episode 9, “The Golden Child,” which is set to air on Thursday, March 7 (NBC, 9/8c).

The Hamilton creator was one of a handful of famous folk — also including Seth Meyers, Mark Hamill, Sean Astin and director Guillermo Del Toro — who voiced their support for Brooklyn Nine-Nine following its cancellation at Fox. Less than 48 hours after it was saved by NBC, Miranda celebrated with the cast at the network’s annual Upfronts dinner. Then in December, Miranda and Meyers toasted B99‘s second life on Late Night.

Back in May, series co-creator Dan Goor told TVLine that the hope was to have Miranda and the other “Guardians of the Nine-Nine” appear during Season 6. “It would be a dream to have all of them, let alone even one of them,” he said.

News: Lin-Manuel Miranda to Lead One-Night ‘Camelot’ Benefit Concert
Feb 1, 2019
News / Stage Productions

Lin-Manuel Miranda will be on the stage of the Lincoln Center Theater again, for a benefit concert, as King Arthur in a one-night-only performance of “Camelot” on March 4 at 6:30PM.

The New York Times: Lin-Manuel Miranda is going to be king for a day.

The acclaimed creator of “Hamilton” has agreed to lead a one-night concert performance of “Camelot” to benefit Lincoln Center Theater, the nonprofit’s leadership said Thursday.

Mr. Miranda will play the legendary King Arthur in the concert — a role originally played on Broadway by Richard Burton and on film by Richard Harris.

The best seats will cost a pretty penny: Benefit tickets, which include dinner with the cast, start at $2,500, and are available now. Starting Feb. 19 there will also be performance-only tickets available, for $95 and $195, as well as online lottery seats for $30.

The beneficiary, Lincoln Center Theater, is one of the city’s most prestigious nonprofits, presenting work in its Broadway house (the Vivian Beaumont) as well as Off Broadway.

The “Camelot” concert, which will be staged without costumes or sets, will take place on March 4, and will be directed by Bartlett Sher, whose productions at Lincoln Center Theater include the currently running “My Fair Lady” revival, as well as “South Pacific,” for which he won a Tony Award. The concert will feature a 30-piece orchestra.

The rest of the cast will include Solea Pfeiffer as Guenevere, Jordan Donica as Sir Lancelot, Dakin Matthews as Merlyn, Ruthie Ann Miles as Nimue, Ethan Slater as Mordred, Julie White as Morgan Le Fey, and Jenn Colella, Jason Danieley and Bonnie Milligan as three of the Knights of the Round Table.

“Camelot,” which features music by Frederick Loewe and book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, first opened on Broadway in 1960; the film adaptation was in 1967. (Fun fact: The “Camelot” composers also wrote “My Fair Lady,” and this “Camelot” concert will take place on the stage where “My Fair Lady” is now running.)

Mr. Miranda won the Pulitzer Prize and two Tony Awards for writing “Hamilton,” and just finished leading the cast of a touring production of that show in San Juan, P.R. He is now co-producing, and expected occasionally to appear in, a Greenwich House Theater run by Freestyle Love Supreme, a hip-hop improv group he co-founded (and which, in 2014, had a brief run at Lincoln Center Theater).

He has described himself as a childhood fan of “Camelot,” which he knows from the cast album and has said is his mother’s favorite score. (It even gets a shout-out in “Hamilton” when Lafayette, who refers to himself as “the Lancelot of the revolutionary set,” says, “Who’s the best? C’est moi!” — a reference to a song sung by Lancelot in “Camelot.”)

“I’ve never seen a production of ‘Camelot’,” Mr. Miranda once told Time Out Chicago, “but I can tell you the version in my head, and it’s incredible.”