Lin-Manuel Miranda Debuts in Les Misérables in New Ham4Ham | Playbill

News Lin-Manuel Miranda Debuts in Les Misérables in New Ham4Ham Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda (well, his voice anyway) made his debut in the Broadway musical Les Misérables over the weekend. The moment is captured in the latest Ham4Ham, a series of impromptu concerts that used to take place on the front steps of the Richard Rodgers Theatre on matinee days, but which have moved indoors for the winter.

Watch Miranda backstage at the Imperial Theatre, lending his voice to the classic musical at the Sunday evening performance Jan. 24. Miranda wrote, "For reasons surpassing understanding, the good folks at Les Misérables Broadway allowed me to cameo as the offstage voice of the 'Loud Hailer' for the Sunday night performance. THE SCARIEST THING I HAVE EVER DONE. Forever grateful to our revolutionary neighbors next door, cast and crew alike."

The Imperial is directly next door to the Richard Rodgers Theatre where Miranda's Hamilton is playing.

Watch the video below:

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