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

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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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