Some good news to start you off: Tony Award winners Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt will perform their recent Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen mashup, “Found/Tonight,” at the March 24 March for Our Lives demonstration in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Media momentum is building for Saturday’s international March For Our Lives rallies, with coverage slated by at least four major media outlets and numerous online sites. Counting L.A., Washington D.C. and New York City, marches and rallies...Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda marked the six month anniversary of Hurricane Maria by sharing stories of the storm's aftermath.
After Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt made all of our musical dreams come true with their recent mash-up video, we've been on a serious show tunes high. We've been reminiscing and getting our Carpool Karaoke on (like we needed any convincing there), and basically just soaking up all things Broadway. Show More Summary
Yesterday, Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and Dear Evan Hansen star Ben Platt released “Found Tonight”, a mash-up that mixes lyrics from songs from their respective musicals and will benefit the “March For Our Lives” stud… Read The post Ben Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda Mash-Up Benefiting ‘March for Our Lives’ Rockets to #1: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Would you let James Corden invade your phone? SEE ALSO: Lin-Manuel Miranda, James Corden, and other big names show their support during the National School Walkout RuPaul Charles, Kumail Nanjiani, and Jenny Slate were guests on The Late...Show More Summary
On March 24, people across the country will march in the streets to demand an end to mass shootings—and now, they have a soundtrack. Broadway heavyweights Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt have joined forces Monday to release "Found/Tonight,"...Show More Summary
Tony-winning Broadway stars have joined forces — and voices — for an urgent cause.
The peripatetic Lin-Manuel Miranda, he of a little show called “Hamilton,” and Ben Platt, erstwhile Tony-winning star of the hit musical “Dear Evan Hansen,” have teamed up for a three-minute performance that combines the first show’s “The Story of Tonight” with the latter’s “You Will Be Found.” The fusion, created by Alex Lacamoire — who […]
Today is going to be a good day, and here's why: Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt just teamed up for the theater duet of your dreams. In support of the March For Our Lives Initiative, the Tony winners got together to sing a mashup of...Show More Summary
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt have teamed up for the new song “Found Tonight” – proceeds from which will be going to support March For Our Lives after the violent school shooting in Parkland, Florida killed 17 people last month. The song was written by Lin-Manuel, along with famed songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. [...]
Proceeds from the track, on which the two Tony winners sing 'The Story of Tonight' and 'You Will Be Found' will go to March For Our Lives.
The teaser for Disney's upcoming 'Mary Poppins Returns' gives us a first look at Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins and Lin-Manuel Miranda as Jack, a lamplighter.
Fans of Broadway juggernaut “Hamilton” should look no further for the latest iteration of the hit musical. Weird Al Yankovic has teamed up with “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda for “The Hamilton Polka,” a five-minute medley of some of the musical’s biggest showstoppers, remixed with a polka twist. Show More Summary
Weird Al & Lin-Manuel Miranda will be on 'Fallon' tonight. Continue reading…
"The hysterical tune, which manages to cram all of Hamilton into a frenetic five-minute polka, is the latest installment in Miranda's ongoing Hamildrop series, where artists like the Decemberists, Nas, Dave East and Aloe Blacc put their...Show More Summary
‘Hamilton’ Just Got Weirder: Lin-Manuel Miranda and ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic Just Collaborated on a New Track Every month this year on the 30th, Lin-Manuel Miranda has been sharing #Hamildrops, covers of songs from his hit musical; for Feb. 30: 'The Hamilton Polka' Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Weird Al's latest Polka medley takes on Lin-Manuel Miranda's hugely successful Broadway sensation Hamilton.
In five years when you’re sobbing in the back row of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s new polka pop musical, you’ll remember when it all started. Okay, technically it started when the Hamilton creator grew up on a steady diet of Weird Al parodies, but their joint appearance on the Tonight Show seemed ... More »
Presenters who were just announced for the Academy Awards ceremony, which will be aired live by ABC on Sunday, March 4, are Gal Gadot, Mark Hamill, Armie Hammer, Oscar Isaac, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gina Rodriguez, Eva Marie Saint, Wes Studi, Kelly...