When the Drama Book Shop was in danger of closing, famous friends Lin-Manuel Miranda and the director of Hamilton Thomas Kail stepped in to save it. Along with “Hamilton” producer Jeffrey Seller and theater owner James L. Nederlander, they purchased the more than 100-year-old institution.
Today marks it’s reopening at a new location and NY1 got a sneak peak of its intricate layout, designed by Hamilton scenic designer David Korins.
Thomas Kail: “When we heard that the bookshop was struggling and it felt like this really might be the end as we knew it in that location on 40th street, Lin [Manuel Miranda] and I spoke immediately, like within hours of
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