Important People in Hamilton: The Revolution

Jeremy McCarter and Lin-Manuel Miranda
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Jeremy McCarter

Jeremy McCarter is the author of the essays that form the first part of each of the book’s chapters. He is a theater professional who has worked in many areas of that particular business: as a writer, story editor, producer, and director. He is also a researcher, working and writing with an analytical, academic perspective; the theoretical and practical aspects of his perspective and experiences reinforce and/or balance each other, to the point that he is able to write from an outside point of view but with an insider’s knowledge.

McCarter’s essays here function on a number of levels. First, they place both the creation of Hamilton and the narrative itself within a variety of contexts. These include the actual historical events in which the real-life Alexander Hamilton and other characters in the show participated; the history of musical theatre in America...

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