Watch: ‘Hamilton’ Cast Performs at House Remembrance of Jan. 6 Attack

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and cast members of the musical Hamilton performed a version of ‘Dear Theodosia’ at an event to reflect on the impact of January 6.

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