I SAW HAMILTON!! And I need to fan girl gush about it! (no spoilers).
There were great songs! Great lyrics! Great choreography! Great storytelling! Great performers! The show includes rap lyrics, so the performers handled tricky language, rhymes and rhythms. And the singing! OMG, did I mention the singing?!
As a voice actor, I know the stamina it takes to speak for hours at a time, and these performers were singing and belting and crooning, in addition to handling heightened language, over an almost three hour show, night after night! These incredibly dynamic performers are the heralds of this musical art form and when I revisit the visceral memories of this show, I recall sitting entranced as the performers worked their jaws and articulators to bring out the consonants and vowels of this glorious language. Through the sheer prowess of their vocal skills, they became the conduits of this emotional and life-changing story.
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