Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop musical “Hamilton” is beyond a Broadway sensation.
The revolutionary show not only gives voice to the women who had a crucial role in the founding of the country, but also allows them a chance to tell their own stories in their own unique way.
In celebration of Women's History Month, Glamour Magazine invited Renée Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones, who play the Schuyler sisters in “Hamilton,” to pay an epic tribute to women all around the world — with some rap and beatboxing.
From Beyoncé lyrics to the blurbs of literary icons like Virginia Woolf and Margaret Atwood, the Broadway stars put their own theatrical spin on some of the most revered quotes about feminism, serving up a hefty dose of girl power with some incredible vocal skills.
Watch their amazing performance in the video above.
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“Hamilton,” as is evident by its name, is based on the life story of young immigrant Alexander Hamilton — the founding father featured on the $10 bill who changed the country with his ideas and actions.