Here's who won $10 'Hamilton' tickets at today's #Ham4Ham event

Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton” creator, greets fans in front of the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood during Hamilton ticket lottery and performance with surprise guests and cast members on Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG). Daisy Aparicio couldn’t believe her luck. The 18-year-old Whittier teen, who wore a red heart that read “I Love LMM” on her left cheek, not only got to meet Lin-Manuel Miranda outside the Hollywood Pantages Theatre before Wednesday’s “Hamilton” ticket lottery and surprise performance, but she was the first name pulled in the $10 front-row seat lottery sale.

Here's who won $10 'Hamilton' tickets at today's #Ham4Ham event

“It’s just a complete honor,” she said, scrolling through her phone for the pictures she took of Miranda that morning. “He said he liked my face paint. I was freaking out.”. “He even posted a picture of her on his Twitter,” added her friend, Megan Singer, also 18 and from Whittier, who would be joining Aparicio at Wednesday night’s opening night. The teens were among about 1,500 fans who gathered outside the Hollywood Pantages Theatre on Wednesday for a live #Ham4Ham hosted by the “Hamilton” creator and featuring performances by the show’s cast. When Miranda stepped out to the microphone under the Pantages marquee, fans went wild.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton” creator, greets fans in front of the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood during “Hamilton” ticket lottery and performance with surprise guests and cast members on Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG). Most people couldn’t see or hear when the “Hamilton” creator, sporting a black long-sleeved shirt with the sleeves pushed up to his elbows, shouted “Hello, Los Angeles” with a couple bounces. After explaining how the lottery works, he told fans “I didn’t want you to leave without an experience.”

And out came the cast of the touring production, along with Daveed Diggs, who starred in the show on Broadway. “It’s super PR, and we kind of wish he was doing the show here for a couple of weeks,” said Kevin MacKelvie, who along with his wife, Karen, took the train out from North Hollywood after hearing about the live #Ham4Ham. Surprise guests and cast members perform for fans as Lin-Manuel Miranda, right, “Hamilton” creator, looks on in front of the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Hollywood during “Hamilton” ticket lottery on Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017. (Photo by Ed Crisostomo, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG).

The couple, who wore matching black “Hamilton” T-shirts, caught a similar live event in New York while in town to see Manuel’s last matinee in the starring role. “His star is huge in the heavens right now for what he’s accomplished in this show and ‘In the Heights,’ and even ‘Moana,’” he said. “His popularity is growing exponentially, so it’s good for him to do this to give the show more buzz.”. McKenna Beavers, a 10-year-old from Huntington Beach who was seeing the show Wednesday with her grandparents, brother and younger cousins, clutched onto a notebook that held a photo of her and Manuel taken in New York backstage at “Hamilton.”

“I got to meet him,” she said, adding she had just met his father at the L.A. event, too. “It was totally worth it.” Beavers called herself “the biggest ‘Hamilton’ fan in my whole family. “I listen to (the soundtrack) every day, go through the book every day, I read the biography on Hamilton,” she said, with breathless excitement. She wasn’t the only one. “I am a huge fan of Lin-Manuel Miranda, not only because of his amazing composing, but because his political heart is so needed right now,” said Suzanna Guzman, an opera singer from El Sereno who also walked away a pair of $10 front-row tickets. “That I get to see opening night, oh my God — I am hoarse from screaming; it is so exciting.”



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