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Jeremy McCarter and Lin-Manuel Miranda
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Section 1 - The choice of musical vocabulary for the show.

How do you feel about the use of rap music to tell a historical story – specifically, a story about the founding of America?  

Section 2 - Collaboration and Friendship

What is the connection between the show’s inclusion of Hamilton’s friendships to the book’s descriptions of how Lin-Manuel Miranda collaborated with other artists in the realization of his work, ideas, or imagination?  

Section 3 - Non-Caucasian Actors Playing Caucasian Characters

One of the most noteworthy elements about “Hamilton” is the way it casts non-Caucasian performers (i.e. African-American, Latino) as Caucasian characters (i.e. Alexander Hamilton, George Washington). What is your response to this idea?  

Section 4 - Martyr vs. Leader

In this section, Miranda refers to a key moment in the musical where Hamilton’s perspective changes from that of a martyr to that of a leader...

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