Doctors at Hamilton

A picture of the Second, Tenth, and Eleventh Doctors with an actor from Hamilton. (COMIC: The Long Con)

Hamilton was a 21st century musical about the life of United States founding father Alexander Hamilton. The Doctor found the songs from the show to be very hummable and had them stuck in their head for a thousand years. Several of their incarnations, including the Second Doctor, the Tenth Doctor and the Eleventh Doctor, saw Hamilton. (COMIC: The Long Con)

The Thirteenth Doctor loved this show, and claimed to have seen all 900 casts. (TV: The Tsuranga Conundrum)

Alice Obiefune owned the official soundtrack and thought that the songs were "very catchy". She wasn't proud to admit that she shipped Hamilton/Angelica.

Alice asked the Eleventh Doctor to take her to Hamilton, but he found buying tickets to the show "very distressing" as he kept on "bumping into past selves". They decided to visit the real Alexander Hamilton instead. (COMIC: The Long Con)

Behind the scenes Edit

While not named in the comic, the actor pictured in one of the panels is Lin-Manuel Miranda, who not only plays Alexander Hamilton himself in the original Broadway cast of the musical, but is also the author of the play.

According to BBC America's Doctor Who Twitter, the best Hamilton production was the 67th cast, when Lin-Manuel Miranda's robot made its first appearance.[1]

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