Y'all got to realize that a lot of these things are INTENTIONALLY uncomfortable and are supposed to make the audience feel uneasy. They are depictions of imperfect human beings. The world is not so nice all the time, and it has only improved to the place we are at now. We need the reality of the past to inform us on the future.
I honestly thought Euan Morton was great as George, by far the most realistic choice to play KGIII yet. He has to work for the audience's approval, compared to the previous actors in the role so far who have all been well known. Daniel Breaker is literally INCREDIBLE as Burr. He is less physically and presence wise then Odom, Dixon and Henry, naturally, and this works so well for the part. You can clearly see in his portrayal how Hamilton would be easily more likable and popular tha
It is not the TONYs fault. It is casting directors. Tony awards are about the best performances of the season. We need to be seeing more people for all roles. That is why Oscars are actually at fault, as they have many more options to choose from. If Alana is a token role, (which it isnt, and Im sure Kristolyn Lloyd would be offended hearing that) then how is just giving an award or nomination to someone who didn't have the/one of the best performance/s of the year not a to
Bette winning Best Actress was a given- Ebersole and Patti split votes, Natasha isnt a flashy role, Eva not too high profile this season (I think she had a decent shot though) CHAVKIN. How. Direction and Orchestrations were totally Great Comet.