Lin-Manuel Miranda Vows to Perform 'Hamilton' Despite Power Outage in Puerto Rico
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The Broadway actor takes to Twitter to reassure fans in the country that he will perform the musical no matter what, even if he has to play with a 'flashlight under my face in one hand and a dueling pistol in the other.'

AceShowbiz - Power outage won't stop Lin-Manuel Miranda from performing his Broadway hit "Hamilton". The actor took to Twitter on April 19 to reassure fans in Puerto Rico that the show must go on despite power outage.

He tweeted, "So I'm not an electrician, and I wish to God today I were, but here are some places you can help."

He then shared a link to World Central Kitchen, a non-profit that helps to feed the victims of natural disasters, before adding, "And for the record, if I have to play Hamilton with a f***ing flashlight under my face in one hand and a dueling pistol in the other, belting like [singer] Ethel motherf**king Merman because there's no power to the mics, that's what i'm gonna do. See you in January no matter what."

On Wednesday, April 18, electricity was wiped out across the nation for a second time since Hurricane Maria ravaged the island last year.

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