Lin-Manuel Miranda Took Son’s Class On Broadway Field Trip To ‘Hadestown’

Lin-manuel miranda took son's class on broadway field trip to 'hadestown'

The Kelly Clarkson Show published this video item, entitled “Lin-Manuel Miranda Took Son’s Class On Broadway Field Trip To ‘Hadestown'” – below is their description.

Lin-Manuel Miranda dishes on taking his son’s 2nd-grade class on a field trip to see “Hadestown” on Broadway, and reacts to a hilarious throwback video of his 3rd-grade book report on “The Pushcart War,” featuring a spirited performance from his mom.

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