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Here's How to Watch 'Hamilton' at the White House

by Brian Latimer /
"Hamilton" Broadway Opening Night - Arrivals And Curtain Call
Cast of Hamilton perform at "Hamilton" Broadway Opening Night at Richard Rodgers Theatre on August 6, 2015 in New York City.Neilson Barnard / Getty Images

After the "Hamilton" cast stole every spotlight at the 58th Grammy Awards, tickets sold out for every show until January 2017. The musical that has swept Broadway - based on the life of founding father Alexander Hamilton - was created by proud borícua Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Luckily, the White House is hosting the "Hamilton" cast for a special performance of some of the hip-hip-history Broadway hits.

The event will be livestreamed, so no tickets are necessary.

The cast is using the hashtag #Bam4Ham in honor of Barack and Michelle Obama hosting the show.

Although the show is sold out until next year, luckily we can all watch it here.

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