The Muppets Sing the First & Second Acts of Hamilton

Or, at least it’s one fine impres­sion of the Mup­pets.

Here’s the cast and find Act II down below:

Alexan­der Hamil­ton — Ker­mit the Frog
Aaron Burr — The Great Gonzo
Eliza Schuyler — Miss Pig­gy
Mar­quis de LaFozette — Fozzie Bear
George Wash­ing­ton — Sam the Eagle
Angel­i­ca Schuyler — Camil­la the Chick­en
John Lau­rens — Beaker
Her­cules Mul­li­gan — Rowlf the Dog
King George III — Ani­mal
Peg­gy Schuyler — Jan­ice
Samuel Seabury — The Swedish Chef
Charles Lee — Elmo
Con­gres­sion­al Del­e­gates — Floyd and Zoot
Crazy Patri­ot — Crazy Har­ry
Statler and Wal­dorf — Them­selves

via Boing­Bo­ing

Relat­ed Con­tent:

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  • Elissa says:

    I am a fan of Hamil­ton, but feel that the Mup­pet ren­di­tion is not keep­ing with Mup­pet val­ues. For exam­ple, they are children’s char­ac­ters and to hear Gonzo use the word “bas­tard” is excep­tion­al­ly dis­pleas­ing. As many small chil­dren may lis­ten to this under par­ent assump­tion that it is harm­less; I nei­ther need addi­tion­al pot­ty words added to their vocab­u­lary or insen­si­tiv­i­ty to those chil­dren who have been born out of wed­lock. Again, love Hamil­ton — but quite con­cerned by this choice of ren­di­tion.

  • Jim says:

    This isn’t real­ly The Mup­pets. It’s a guy who does the impres­sions. This arti­cle failed to state that. You’re mis­rep­re­sent­ing The Mup­pets.

  • P.W. Fenton says:

    Not to men­tion it isn’t very good.

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