Lin-Manuel Miranda reprised his lead role in the hit musical “Hamilton” to start a two-week run in Puerto Rico expected to raise millions of dollars for artists and cultural groups struggling in the wake of Hurricane Maria. See photos.
The Disney umbrella magically unfurls once more for “Mary Poppins Returns,” a wonderfully whimsical sequel thanks to a spot-on performance in the “spit-spot” title role and a surprisingly enchanting script of quips: “I was flying my kite and got it caught on a nanny.”
The Hamilton creator will be honored with a ceremony on Friday, November 30 at 11:30 a.m. PT. The star will be dedicated in the Live Theatre category and will be placed at 6243 Hollywood Boulevard, in front of the Pantages Theatre.
Lin-Manuel Miranda said he hopes the fund to boost the arts in Puerto Rico will grow to $15 million in upcoming years.
After three years of dominating Broadway, D.C. gets its first glimpse of “Hamilton” — and it exceeds all expectations.
Tens of thousands of people have joined the frenzy on the Kennedy Center website for a chance to get tickets to “Hamilton.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, the playwright behind “Hamilton” and ‘In the Heights,’ surprised the Saturday “In the Heights” audience at the Kennedy Center in D.C.
Clarksburg High School student Mateo Ferro joins Vanessa Hudgens in the Kennedy Center production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights.”
Protesters marched on Washington D.C.’s National Mall on Sunday morning to draw attention to the situation in hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico.
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the popular award-winning musical “Hamilton,” was in D.C. this week to accept an award and meet lawmakers on Capitol Hill. See video of his time in the District.
The Tony Award-winning musical starts its D.C. run on June 12, 2018 and goes until Sept. 16, 2018, the Kennedy Center announced Monday.
The highly anticipated “Hamilton Mixtape,” a collection of covers and remixes of songs from the hit musical “Hamilton,” finally has a release date: Dec. 2. But you can listen to two of the tracks from the mixtape right now.
Broadway veterans Lin-Manuel Miranda, Audra McDonald, Jane Krakowski and Jesse Tyler Ferguson helped James Corden tackle New York City traffic in the latest installment of “Carpool Karaoke” on Monday night’s The Late Late Show.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.