“Excuse me, are you Aaron Burr, sir?”A passerby had caught sight of Leslie Odom Jr. outside of Cipriani 25 on Monday night. The actor was arriving at the Princess Grace Foundation Awards Gala, where he was being honored along with Camille A. Brown with the Princess Grace Statue Award. He’s gotten...
Aaron Burr is the Founding Father now.
Have you ever wondered whether your colleagues view you as an Alexander Hamilton or an Aaron Burr at work? Great ? this “Hamilton”-themed flowchart is for you. The chart, courtesy of Lucidchart, takes you through a series of questions...Show More Summary
“Today, if people know anything about Theodosia [Burr Alston], it is because of the lovely lullaby ‘Dear Theodosia,’ sung by the character of Aaron Burr in the sensational musical Hamilton. But the real-life Theodosia grew from a beloved child into a highly intelligent, complex adult, whose fascinating story is largely unknown and worthy of its […]
OK, so it's not a piece of 'Hamilton' the musical's history, but the history of Aaron Burr coincides greatly with Alexander Hamilton, after whom the popular play is named. And the listing agents think that's just another arrow in the quill to help market the home...
Former Vice President, Aaron Burr, seems to be a frequent topic of conversation as of recently, thanks to thanks to the success of Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit musical 'Hamilton.' The icon has a story rich with New York history, and now a physical part of that story has just hit the market. Show More Summary
Now, instead of a bastard, orphan, son of a whore and a Scotsman, Leslie Odom Jr. is going to celebrate the history of a little-known fellow named... wait for it... Jesus Christ. Odom, who won a Tony for playing Aaron Burr in Hamilton and has since left the ... More »
The Morning Joe host is leveraging his popularity and musical talents to produce a Broadway show focused on his version of Aaron Burr: Donald Trump.
Joshua Henry, a Broadway performer acclaimed for his role in "The Scottsboro Boys," will play Aaron Burr in this fall's Chicago production of "Hamilton," it was announced Monday. Henry made his Broadway debut in "In the Heights," and appeared most recently in "Shuffle Along." The producers of the...
The big news about Drunk History season four is that Lin-Manuel Miranda will narrate the show’s upcoming re-enactment of the duel between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton, starring Alia Shawkat as the former and Aubrey Plaza as the latter. That is obviously a major highlight, but it’s far from the ... More »
Now that Lin-Manuel Miranda's days onstage as Alexander Hamilton are behind him, he's taking on a new foe—the Hamilton creator has joined forces with Senator Chuck Schumer to stop ticket bots from illegally jacking up concert, theater and events prices. Show More Summary
(Image credit: Santiago Mejia/The New York Times) Thanks to his Tony Award-winning run as narrator and Hamilton assassinator Aaron Burr, Leslie Odom Jr. might be one of Broadway's most recognized faces, yet his apartment is refreshingly normal. READ MORE »
Cue the wild fannish screaming, because the upcoming Drunk History episode featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda, the composer and star of Hamilton, has just announced the two stars who'll take on the roles of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr: it's a pair of comedy legends, Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development) and Aubrey Plaza (Parks & Rec). WHAT. YES? YES!
Actor and singer Leslie Odom Jr., who won a 2016 Tony Away as Aaron Burr in the Broadway smash "Hamilton," has an album out. In his first-ever live television appearance, he sings the classic song "Brazil" for Kathie Lee, guest co-host Regis Philbin and you.
Two pints of Sam Adams, but he’s working on three...four...five...six? Who is more well-versed on the bad blood between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr—drunk or sober—than Lin-Manuel Miranda? Come September, TV audiences are aboutShow More Summary
On this day in 1804 Former United States Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton died after being shot in a pistol duel by Vice President Aaron Burr.
Today, 212 years ago, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr met in Weehauken, New Jersey for the fateful duel that would lead to Hamilton's death and the essential ruination of Burr's political reputation.
A Meowth on 46th and 6th almost made me miss a historic night on Broadway, the last performance of Hamilton for star/creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, as well as Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. (Aaron Burr), Phillipa Soo (Eliza Hamilton), and ensemble member Ariana DeBose. I was blocks away from the Richard Rogers Theatre, ... More »
On this day in 1804—“A fine cool day,” according to one young diarist —Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr met in Weehawken, New Jersey for the duel that would put the nation’s first Secretary of the Treasury six feet under. Read more...
Today is July 11, the date in 1804 of the famous duel between Vice President Aaron Burr and former Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. The animosity between the two was built on the differing economic philosophies of their political parties, and years of personal animosity built on top of that. Show More Summary