“HAMILTON” ON TV LAST NIGHT, “1776” TODAY

“1776” at the 46th Street Theatre (1969) and “Hamilton” (2015) after it was renamed for Richard Rodgers.
Peter H. Hunt (1938–2020) at home in Los Angeles.
Onna White in 1969, the recipient of one of three special Oscars that have ever been given to choreographers (her most excellent company includes Jerome Robbins and Michael Kidd).
From l to r: Henry Le Claire, Duane Bodin, Ronald Kross, Emory Bass, Clifford David, Paul Hecht, Charles Rule and Jonathan Moore sing “Cool, Cool Considerate Men” (1969).

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