Happy #Hamilween, friends! Join us while we sit in a dark room lit only by candles and discuss haunted locations and spooky stories involving Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, George Washington, and a special Abigail Adams mention.
Hello, friends! This week we're unpacking the advanced screening of PBS' 'Hamilton's America' aka #HamilDocPBS and also dive into the fact that... and we can't believe it... we were lucky enough to see 'Hamilton' again. To say that we're overwhelmed with gratitude is an understatement.
Zeke Stokes, Vice President of Programs at GLAAD, joins us as we go purple for #SpiritDay to support the LGBTQ community and take a stand against bullying. We discuss how Broadway has always been at the front of the line when it comes to acceptance, love, understanding, and allying with the LGBTQ community. And of course we bring it back to Hamilton!
If The Hamilcast could get more Hamilton, we managed to accomplish it in this episode. Mike joins us to tell us about seeing Hamilton for the first time, Bianca talks about how her boyfriend Dan liked the show, and we gush over the new cast. But wait! There's more! We discuss Spamilton, Jeff Wilser's book Alexander Hamilton's Guide to Life, our experience speaking at the Dalton School about Alexander Hamilton, and we do describe ourselves in #3HamiltonCharacters. See? It's quite a HamilEpisode!
In 1806, Eliza Hamilton, Isabella Graham, and Johanna Bethune started the first private orphanage in New York City known as the Orphan Asylum Society. Over the last 210 years it has evolved into Graham Windham and this week we are proud to welcome President and CEO Jess Dannhauser to tell us all about Eliza's living legacy.