Actor Tamar Greene of "Hamilton" - Washington Gives Up to 62.5%
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Hamilton's "George Washington" on Broadway, Tamar Greene, reveals an epic journey to landing his dream role, why he follows cheeky advice to never give more than 62.5%, surprises us with a live performance of a favorite song, and talks social relevancy and weight of taking on such an iconic American role at challenging time in America. Plus, sage advice for Dresden from Dennis Hopper and Philip Seymour Hoffman, Marc's return to the NYC subway is a disaster, improvised musical arguments go off the rails, Dresden is an action figure, and Elsie taste-tests a surprising combination.

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