With fingers snapping, members of the Broadway community also weighed in as to which colors they swore they saw in the photo. If you have no idea what we're talking about, click here.
Here’s how the Broadway rumble went down.
If that's not White and Gold the universe is falling apart. Seriously what is happening????
— ThePhantomOfTheOpera (@PhantomBway) February 27, 2015
Next you're going to tell us our logo is orange and black... pic.twitter.com/mt0bNuVRTM
— A Gentlemans Guide (@GentlemansGuide) February 27, 2015
Black and blue
I definitely see white and gold, but not nearly as strongly as I can see that it is an ugly dress.
— Ryan (O')LaConnor (@RyanOConnor) February 27, 2015
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— Playbill Vault (@PlaybillVault) February 27, 2015
A twitter birdie told me the only way to win the #Hamiltonmusical lottery is to wear a dress that is black. And blue. And white. And gold.
WHY IS THIS DRESS THING A THING?
— ellyn marsh (@ellynmarsh) February 27, 2015
Whirlwind of a day. pic.twitter.com/CUld2pIaRW
I don't care what color the dress is and only call me about llama chases if they're in a white Bronco.
— Howard Sherman (@HESherman) February 27, 2015
— Adam Hetrick (@PlaybillAdamH) February 27, 2015
How to Get Away with Murdering Everyone Who Says it's White and Gold
— Chelsea Nachman (@chelseanachman) February 27, 2015
— Rachel Potter (@therachelpotter) February 27, 2015
Have we tried throwing #teamblackandblue into a pool of water to see if they float?
— Tim Federle (@TimFederle) February 27, 2015