A standing ovation played on Broadway’s unofficial re-opening night, occasionally interrupted by a musical.
Playgoers who attended “Hamilton” at the Richard Rodgers bathed actors in applause during the Revolutionary War-era drama’s first staging in 18 months.
The fanfare erupted before the curtains opened, as writer Lin Manuel Miranda addressed the pandemic weary capacity crowd.
“It took six years the first time [to bring it to stage],” Miranda said. “Glad it wasn’t six years to come back.”
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