Ham4Ham Treats Hamilton "Fever" (Video)

News   Ham4Ham Treats Hamilton "Fever" (Video) Ham4Ham, the impromptu performances that occur periodically on the front steps of the Richard Rodgers Theatre where Hamilton is playing, made an unexpected return to 46th Street Jan. 6, the day after the show "crashed the internet" when it tried to move its ticket discount lottery—and Ham4Ham—online and was overwhelmed with web traffic.
Here is a panoramic view of what Lin-Manuel Miranda sees when he's doing Ham4Ham, facing toward 46th Street. The crowd overflows into the street.
Here is a panoramic view of what Lin-Manuel Miranda sees when he's doing Ham4Ham, facing toward 46th Street. The crowd overflows into the street. Photo by Howard Sherman

Creator/star Lin-Manuel Miranda introduced cast member Sydney Harcourt to sing the pop song "Fever" (rechristened "Hamilton Fever") while the folks waiting for the lottery hummed along.

Miranda told the crowd the lottery would continue to be held in front of the theatre at least for the rest of the week.

Check out the clip below:

The clip was recorded by BroadwayGirlNYC.

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