Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of ‘Hamilton’ perform ‘The Battle of Yorktown’ at the Tony Awards in New York. ‘Hamilton’ took home 11 awards.
Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of ‘Hamilton’ perform ‘The Battle of Yorktown’ at the Tony Awards in New York. ‘Hamilton’ took home 11 awards. Evan Agostini Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast of ‘Hamilton’ perform ‘The Battle of Yorktown’ at the Tony Awards in New York. ‘Hamilton’ took home 11 awards. Evan Agostini Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

Lin-Manuel Miranda ends run as Hamilton, but you may see him anyway

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