Watch as Sarah Steele Embraces Her Inner Lin-Manuel Miranda in Exclusive Speech & Debate Clip

Video   Watch as Sarah Steele Embraces Her Inner Lin-Manuel Miranda in Exclusive Speech & Debate Clip
 
Before it hits movie theatres April 7, get a glimpse of Steele, Skylar Astin, and Darren Criss in two exclusive clips from the movie based on Stephen Karam’s play.

In the film adaptation of Tony winner Stephen Karam's Speech & Debate, Sarah Steele reprises her role as drama queen Diwata from the original Off-Broadway production. Take a look above at an exclusive sneak peek at the film below, in which Diwata auditions for her drama teacher Mr. Healy (played by Skylar Astin) with a medley combining Hamilton, Evita, and more.

Also making a cameo in the clip is Falsettos and Spring Awakening choreographer Spencer Liff, who staged the film's dance sequences.

Read: FILM VERSION OF STEPHEN KARAM'S SPEECH & DEBATE WILL DEBUT IN NYC AT AMC'S EMPIRE 25

In the additional scene below, Solomon (Liam James) learns about the virtues of Speech & Debate club from none other than Darren Criss.

Speech and Debate, about an unlikely trio of high school outcasts who form a makeshift public speaking troupe, also features Austin P. McKenzie, Roger Bart, Janeane Garofalo, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Kal Penn, and Kimberly Williams-Paisley, and includes special appearances by Miranda and Kristin Chenoweth.

The film will be available exclusively on iTunes April 2, and then in select theaters and on VOD April 7. A red carpet premiere screening will take place at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre April 2; Playbill will be on hand as the official live streaming partner for the event. Be sure to tune in on FB Live at approximately 6:15 PM to catch the red carpet excitement, and later for the post-screening #FindYourVoice town hall.

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