When a fan began to shoot during Hamilton'sLynn-Manuel Miranda summoned her in a clever way-a seamless mention of the perpetrator in the reputation.
The musical is in the middle of a special three-week series in Puerto Rico with the creator of the show reviewing his role as Alexander Hamilton. In the middle of one of the songs signed by his hero, Miranda noticed a theater that broke the basic rule: she would not shoot at the show.
On the move, he plays lyrics in the song "My Shot". BBC announced. Miranda later writes for the moment: "Ladies filming in the 4th order, please stop, I have to call to be heard …" ̵
"Please do not make me do it again
In another tweet, Miranda said his stars on stage were surprised by the edited text. so he urged members of the audience not to shoot a movie – to be distracted and then to a job (19659003) "Anyway," said Miranda, "otherwise you were the best crowd we ever had!"
Miranda turned to the problem before calling members of the audience who were shooting "bootleg" versions of the show.
When someone denies that people who record performance make the show accessible to those who can not afford it, Miranda hits in a tweet saying, "I'm sorry, I do not accept that prerequisite: butt, terrible sound and unstable visuals do not save my work, it presents it."
In most theaters a member of the audience may be thrown out for violation of the rules. When you are in Miranda's house, you are subjected to an unpleasant trail if you leave the line.