The skillfully unique cast of Hamilton and Lin-Manuel Miranda of the hit Broadway production will reassemble to perform on Global Goal: Unite for Our Future—The Concert, facilitated by Global Citizen on Saturday

The Hamilton original pack is returning together for excellent motivation. Lin-Manuel Miranda, 40, is a composer, lyricist, singer, rapper, actor, producer, and playwright, who won a Pulitzer Prize, three Tony Awards, three Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award. He and the gifted original cast of the hit Broadway creation will rejoin to create worthy musical performances on Global Goal: Unite for Our Future—The Concert, facilitated by Global Citizen on Saturday.

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As an exceptional favor, the team will collaborate with Jimmy Fallon and legendary band The Roots, led by drummer and musician Questlove. The Roots has a longstanding friendship with Miranda. They frequently take part in productions together whenever Miranda shows up on the talk show “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”.

The show aims to highlight the excessively dangerous effect of the novel coronavirus pandemic and how the pandemic has especially affected the marginalized communities throughout the world. The airing of the musical special will be on a digitally streaming platform.

The presentation will be hosted and facilitated by Dwayne Johnson, Global Goal will additionally include promising performances from the likes of Shakira, Coldplay, Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Quavo, J Balvin, Chloe x Halle, Yemi Alade, and Christine and the Queens.

More entertainers will show up from around the globe involve Chris Rock, Hugh Jackman, Kerry Washington, Charlize Theron, Forest Whitaker, David Beckham, Derrick Johnson, Salma Hayek Pinault, Billy Porter, Diane Kruger, Antoni Porowski, Ken Jeong, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Olivia Colman and Opal Tometi.

Global Citizen has worked with Fallon before. Their previous collaboration was for their “One World: Together At Home” showing, which raised $127.9 million for COVID-19 help.

The airing of the reunion of Hamilton cast will be only days just before the film version of the musical production premieres July 3 on Disney+, making the hit show available to a considerably more extensive crowd. The musical was recorded live in front of an audience with the first Broadway cast and set to hit theaters one year from now before Miranda and Disney chose to accelerate the film release.


Miranda showed up on the show “Good Morning America” (GMA) to talk about the first-ever trailer for Hamilton’s streaming premiere on Monday.

No one can predict the way a work is received, and the way Hamilton has been received has surpassed everyone’s wildest dreams, but our biggest issue has always been accessibility

Lin-Manuel Miranda told Good Morning America hosts


On the show GMA, Miranda stated that nobody could foresee how the Hamilton production is accepted and how achievement of the Hamilton production has outperformed everybody’s expectations, but their greatest issue has consistently been availability.

“So I’m really glad,” he continued. “We had the luxury to basically shoot an independent film in our first year, and now the world can see what it felt like to be in that room in June 2016 next Friday.”

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