Lin-Manuel Miranda Says Goodbye to Broadway Smash 'Hamilton'

The musical theater mastermind took his final bow on the "Hamilton" stage to the flawless music accompaniment.

Lin-Manuel Miranda is giving his last performance on Broadway in Hamilton on Saturday night.

The curtain call was broadcast on Facebook Live and watched by more than 27,000 people unable to see Miranda's final show in person. Miranda himself was awarded a MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant past year.

Miranda is one of the four actors that had their final performances last night.

174702174696174696Acclaimed "Hamilton" visits the White House & Obama joins inLin-Manuel Miranda, creator and star of the critically acclaimed musical "Hamilton", has scored a presidential first. The cast left after a few minutes to the theme from the TV series "West Wing", an apparently presidential choice. Tickets for Miranda's final performance at the Richard Rogers Theater started at just over $1,000.

Reportedly Jennifer Lopez, Jane Fonda, Spike Lee and US Secretary of State John Kerry were among those in attendance.

The four cast members bowed to a standing ovation and emotional cheers in the Richard Rodgers Theater. Here are some facts about the actor/writer that you might not necessarily know.

But of course, without Miranda, Odom and Soo, the show must go on.

"I will cherish #Hamilton", Soo tweeted. He's written songs for Disney's animated movie "Moana", out November 23, and will co-star in a "Mary Poppins" movie opposite Emily Blunt next year. Two-time Tony nominee Brandon Victor Dixon will play Burr after his run in "Shuffle Along" closes later this summer, while Lexi Lawson makes her Broadway debut as Eliza.

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