Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton musical is one of the hardest Broadway shows to get tickets to today. However, one of the perks of being the most powerful man in the world is that you can get Broadway to show up at your doorstep. On Monday, President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcomed the cast of 'Hamilton' to the White House. This isn’t the first time that Lin-Manuel Miranda has performed at the White House. Miranda performed the opening number from the musical in 2009 at the White House Evening of Poetry, Music, and the Spoken Word. Check out the report below for a look at the cast performance as well as Obama’s comments on his role in 'Hamilton’s' origins.
Tony Award winners Matthew Broderick ('The Producers') and Christine Ebersole ('42nd Street,') will perform a special invite only reading of Eugene Pack’s 'Poets of Amityville,' tomorrow night (Tuesday, March 7). The reading is produced by Circus Road Films and Theatricals & Big Head Productions.
The ghost of Sergei Rachmaninoff will play a “live” recital tonight at that Teatro Mediterraneo in Naples titled “Ghost Concert.”