Newswire: Lin-Manuel Miranda talks immigrants and #Ham4All on Late Night With Seth Meyers

Human musical joy machine and recent Hollywood Walk of Fame honoree Lin-Manuel Miranda was his usual charming self on last night’s Late Night. He can afford to be a little breezy these days, what with him having turned over the title role of his game-changing Broadway smash Hamilton to the reportedly outstanding Javier Muñoz (hey, tickets are still impossible to come by), and adopting a more relaxed role toward the satellite productions taking place in Chicago and San Francisco (soon to move to Los Angeles). Comparing his sideline status to the difference between being a worried parent and an indulgent and proud grandparent (“Do whatever you want! You’re all so beautiful and talented!”), Miranda shared rosy memories about the show’s creation, like the time he essentially workshopped the song “Alexander Hamilton” at the White House back in in 2009. No pressure there.

But Miranda hasn’t been …

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