by ED RAMPELL

national theater community fired its first shot at the incoming Trump regime November 18, when Hamilton’s cast admonished then-Vice President-elect Mike Pence after a performance of the Broadway hit. Ironically, Sue Hamilton — who, who knows, could be a possible descendant of the Revolutionary War icon immortalized in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical — is organizing a stage world revolt against “King Donald.”

“The day after the election, I woke up, like so many of us did, feeling very confused and in shock,” Hamilton says. That night, after watching


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