NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) – Lin-Manuel Miranda is headed back to Broadway.
During an appearance on Tuesday’s episode of The Tonight Show, the “Hamilton” mastermind announced he will be bringing “Freestyle Love Supreme” — the freestyle rap/improv/comedy group he co-founded — to the Broadway stage of New York’s Booth Theatre later this fall.
Originally conceived by Anthony Veneziale and co-created by “Hamilton’s” Thomas Kail and Miranda back in 2004 when the latter’s “In the Heights” musical was still in development, the stage-show version of the improvisational hip-hop group, made its off-Broadway debut last winter and has been playing in Washington D.C., as part of The Kennedy Center series.
Miranda will make unscheduled appearances during the show’s 16-week run from September 2019 to January 2020. Other occasional performers for the Broadway run include Christopher Jackson, Wayne Brady and Daveed Diggs.