Photo Flash: HAMILTON's George Washington, Nicholas Christopher, Visits Hamilton Grange!

By: Nov. 18, 2016
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Earlier today, #FindYourPark enthusiast Mikah Meyer met with Hamilton's newest George Washington Nicholas Christopher (Miss Saigon, Lazarus, Motown) for a private tour of Hamilton Grange National Memorial. During the afternoon, Mikah and Nicholas learned about the role of Hamilton Grange in the National Park Service - and some interesting tidbits about George Washington's connection to Alexander Hamilton's NYC homestead. Mikah is on his way to breaking two world records - becoming the youngest person to visit all 400+ National Park Service sites, and the only person to do it in one continuous trip.

Hamilton Grange National Memorial, one of the National Park Service's 400+ sites, is open for tours, giving the public the chance to see where Alexander Hamilton spent the last few years of his life in upper Manhattan.

Christopher's credits include: Motown The Musical (OBC), Lazarus (NYTW), Whorl Inside a Loop (2nd Stage), Rent (1st revival), Hurt Village (Signature Theatre). National Tour/Regional: In the Heights (1st Nat'l tour), Fortress of Solitude (Dallas Theatre Center), Motown The Musical (1st Nat'l Tour). TV/ Film: "Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll" (FX). Training: The Boston Conservatory, The Juilliard School.

Below, check out a photo of Meyer and Christopher in front of a replica portrait of George Washington in Hamilton Grange National Memorial. The original Gilbert Stuart portrait was commissioned for Hamilton by New York merchant William Constable.

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National Park Service advocate Mikah Meyer and Hamilton's Nicholas Christopher

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