Musical from Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda Now Available for Licensing | Playbill

News Musical from Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda Now Available for Licensing Tony-winning composer-lyricist Lin-Manuel Miranda, whose critically acclaimed new musical Hamilton will arrive on Broadway this summer following an award-winning run at the Public Theater, announced on Twitter June 11 that his 14-minute musical 21 Chump Street is now available for licensing from the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization.

Miranda tweeted, "I wrote a 14-minute musical for @ThisAmerLife & I'm thrilled to announce you can license it now through @RnH_Org! …"

Here is the tweet:

Based on the story by Robbie Brown, which originally appeared on WBEZ’s "This American Life," 21 Chump Street features music and lyrics by Miranda.

The work is described as a "new 14-minute musical based on a true story as reported in the series 'This American Life'. 21 CHUMP STREET is a cautionary tale of a high school honors student who falls for a cute transfer girl. He goes to great lengths to oblige her requset for marijuana in the hopes of winning her affection - only to find out that his crush is actually an undercover copy planted in the school to find drug dealers. 21 CHUMP STREET discusses the ramifications of peer pressure, conformity and drug use in our schools with a message that will stay with teenagers long after they leave the theater." It is billed as being perfect "for donor evenings, galas, special events and student/community outreach programs."

Click here for more information about licensing the musical from the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization.

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