hamilton shows

  • Someone: What time is it?!
  • 1/3 of my Brain: ADVENTURE TIME
  • 1/3 of my Brain: SUMMER TIME
  • 1/3 of my Brain: SHOW TIME!
  • Me: *screams*
  • Someone: What the fuck
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The most special moment for me in my entire Hamilton run was the moment I came downstage and turned to the three guys and sang, “Raise a glass to freedom, something they can never take away no matter what they tell you” and the audience roared at that line and clapped. That had never happened before. That right there was the moment I said, “Everything’s going to be alright and we’re all in this together, no matter who the president is, and we can never forget that.” - Anthony Ramos

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these r bad, but there u go 👌

  • <p> <b>Me:</b> I hope that in a few years I'll be done with this obsession<p/><b></b> *10 years later*<p/><b>Me:</b> I think it's finally over!<p/><b>Brain:</b> NEW INSTALLMENT TODAY<p/><b>Me:</b> WHYYYYYYY<p/></p>

I think being born with a passion for musicals whilst being given no ability to execute them yourself in any creative form whatsoever is a worser fate than mouth herpes.

broadway songs that can resurrect me

-bitch of living

-ring of keys

-i’m breaking down

-my shot

-the origin of love

-no good deed

-you will be found

-cell block tango

-maybe this time

-i’m here

-what the heck i gotta do

-we ain’t no cheerleaders

-monica’s song

-holding out for a hero

-finale, in the heights

-angel of music

-tomorrow is a latter day

-sweet transvestite

-letters

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Three Times Laurens Generally Addressed His Love to the Military Family and the One Time He Explicitly Addressed His Love to Hamilton

adieu_ my love to our dear Colleagues_ - John Laurens to Alexander Hamilton, July 14, 1779

present my Respects and Love to our excellent General and the family_ - John Laurens to Alexander Hamilton, December 12, 1779

My Love to the Family_  Adieu_ - John Laurens to Alexander Hamilton, July 30, 1780

My Love as usual_ Adieu. - John Laurens to Alexander Hamilton, December 18, 1779