One key scene helped cement ‘Hamilton’ as a Broadway legend. The team that crafted it explains how. – The Washington Post

I always enjoy these behind-the-scenes looks at how productions like “Satisfied” come together.

Devising “Satisfied” for Angelica, a role originated in 2015 at off-Broadway’s Public Theater and on Broadway by Renee Elise Goldsberry, who would win a Tony for it, proved crucial to developing the emotional core of “Hamilton.” It took Miranda about a month to write it, and it sets in motion the show’s tragic element, how passion unfulfilled — in this case, Angelica’s for Alexander — eventually tears apart Hamilton and those around him. The song, which includes ingeniously rhymed rap to dramatize the dizzy

Source: One key scene helped cement ‘Hamilton’ as a Broadway legend. The team that crafted it explains how. – The Washington Post

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