Ham4Ham Uses the Real White House for a West Wing-style Spoof

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The leads of Broadway's Hamilton had some fun during their recent trip to DC.
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During their recent trip to the White House in Washington DC, the leads of the Broadway musical Hamilton decided to have a little fun. Dressed in suits instead of their usual 18th century gear, they performed a section of the show in the clipped-dialogue style of the TV drama West Wing—but while standing in the actual west wing of the Executive Mansion.

The video is the latest in the series of video clips called Ham4Ham originally presented to entertain people waiting on line for Hamilton's discount lottery. The series moved to digital format during the cold winter weather. The show's creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda indicated in a tweet that this would be the final digital Ham4Ham.

Watch the video here:

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