Secondly, how is Hamilton, the most dearly beloved Broadway musical in recent memory (so popular, in fact, that tickets are sold out for the next ~2 years) — playing in the Richard Rodgers Theatre just a few short blocks away from The New York Times building — not an important story when the city and the nation’s brightest talent make a powerful public statement of non-violent resistance from the stage, in a way that clearly resonated with people whether it was on the front of the goddamn New York Times or not?
Why is the cast of Hamilton addressing a white nationalist VP-elect an important story?
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I absolutely agree.

Hamilton is a smokescreen.

Check out the video from the theatre.

It was not even a protest.

It was a polite request to include.

No more than that.