Watch Matthew Broderick and Conan O’Brien Perform a Hamilton Parody

News   Watch Matthew Broderick and Conan O’Brien Perform a Hamilton Parody
Hint: it involves a camel.
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Tony winner Matthew Broderick joined late-night host Conan O'Brien for his version of a Hamilton parody—Camelton, about a camel named Alexander Camelton—on a recent episode of Conan.

“You can't do this. Hamilton parodies have been done to death,” joked Broderick. “In the last year there have been more parodies of the musical Hamilton than there have been performances of the musical Hamilton.

The host continued nonetheless, bringing a live camel onto the stage. Watch it here.

Meanwhile, another Hamilton parody, the Off-Broadway hit Spamilton, recently announced a third extension. The new satirical musical by Forbidden Broadway creator Gerard Alessandrini is now selling tickets through February 28, 2017, at Off-Broadway's Triad cabaret. The show, which began performances July 19 and was originally scheduled for 18 performances only, has been a hit among critics as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda himself. The Hamilton creator visited the show in August and tweeted that it was “brilliant.”

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