Hamilton’s original Schuyler Sisters—Renee Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo, and Jasmine Cephas Jones—reunited in front of the world February 5 to help kick off the Super Bowl. The three women sang “America The Beautiful,“ and finished off their performance by saying: “Sisterhood.“
Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is currently in London, showed his support by tweeting photos of his video chats with Goldsberry, and Hamilton’s music director Alex Lacamoire, who was the music arranger for the Super Bowl performance. Lacamoire tweeted that it was Goldsberry, Soo, and Cephas Jones’ idea to add “Sisterhood“ to the end of the song.
Watch a video of their performance, and see some of Miranda’s tweets below:
Earlier on in the evening, Goldsberry posted a photo with Soo, and Cephas Jones in anticipation of the performance. The three had reunited earlier to attend the NFL Womens Summit.
The original cast, including Goldsberry, Soo, and Cephas Jones, has nearly all but left the Broadway production—Anthony Ramos, who was also at the Super Bowl, and Thayne Jasperson remain. To learn more about the current cast, read our recap of the 2017 BroadwayCon panel with the “New Administration.“