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Short Musical, Dramatic Comedy
Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda / Based on the story by Robbie Brown which originally appeared on WBEZ’s This American Life
Image: Adrianne Mathiowetz
"Lin-Manuel Miranda continues to prove his immense talent with a funny, alive, endearing, and interesting show that explores a world of teenage love" — Michael Kras, The Cast Album Review
"This would be a great musical with a great score even if it hadn't been written in such an admirably short time... but the fact that it was created that fast says even more about it. Lin-Manuel Miranda continues to prove his immense talent with a funny, alive, endearing, and interesting show that explores a world of teenage love and the complications surrounding Justin's unknowing infatuation with an undercover police officer, and how the officer uses this to her advantage to make an arrest. There's a moral ambiguity here that makes for fascinating theatre, supported by a memorable score that leaves us wanting more. As it is, 21 Chump Street is a delicious little bite-sized musical that's totally satisfying." — Michael Kras, The Cast Album Review"The evening’s melodic highlight belonged to Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 21 Chump Street. Giddy and bittersweet, this quickie musical adapts a tale of bad romance that was broadcast in 2012 on the “What I Did For Love” episode of This American Life." — Alexis Soloski, New York Times
"I have no idea if the musical on our show this weekend had the same effect on you that it did for all of us who sat through it during a week of rehearsals, but I and pretty much everyone else could NOT get the tunes out of our heads. I heard the dancers singing it in their dressing room. One producer heard her kids singing it in their room, even though they hadn't been to the show. They'd heard her singing the songs around the house and they picked it up like a virus." — Ira Glass, This American Life
"What the Heck I Gotta Do" - Lin-Manuel Miranda
Image: Adrianne Mathiowetz
Full OrchestrationPianoPiano-ConductorGuitar (Electric & Nylon String)Electric BassDrumsViolinCelloElectronic Loops & SFX (with click)
Lin-Manuel Miranda is an award-winning composer, lyricist, and actor. He is the creator and original star of Broadway’s Tony-winning musicals Hamilton and In the Heights. Hamilton - with book, music and lyrics by Mr. Miranda, in addition to his originating the title role - wa ...
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