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We've been gripped by "Hamilton"-mania for a bit now, and that show's creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, has rightfully been elevated to god-like status in the theater world. But before "Hamilton," "In the Heights," Miranda's freshman effort now represented by a smile-inducing Hangar Theatre production, made Broadway mavens whisper (or shout. Set on a 4th of July weekend, "In the Heights" celebrates Hispanic Americans. In its heart, it's a deeply patriotic show, celebrating America itself and foreshadowing Miranda's next great achievement in retelling the story of that early immigrant Alexander Hamilton. Conceived when Miranda was a college sophomore and polished to a sheen for a 2008 Broadway opening, "In the Heights" is a joyful valentine to a neighborhood. The score, a bracing mix of rapid-fire hip hop, salsa, pop and other Latin music, celebrates New York's Washington Heights with its exuberant blend of Dominican, Puerto Rican and Cuban cultures. The picture that "In the Heights" draws of Washington Heights is brightly colored and nearly cartoonish, but so affectionate that it could have been produced as an MGM movie musical in its glorious heyday. Although it pays lip service to real-life conflicts, "In the Heights" most successfully presents a series of engaging character sketches. The touchstone is Usnavi (Perry Young) a young man who runs the corner bodega which employs his jokester cousin Sonny (Nick Martinez). Usnavi pines for hairdresser Vanessa (Gerianne Perez), who longs to leave the barrio for a West Village apartment. There are hints of Romeo and Juliet (without the tragic dimension) in the story of Nina (Natalie Grace Ortega) and Benny (Austin Scott). Benny, the only non-Hispanic person in the barrio, works for her father Kevin's (Danny Bolero) struggling car service. The heart of "In the Heights" is Abuela Claudia (Amy Jo Phillips), the neighborhood honorary grandma, who practically raised Usnavi after the deaths of his parents. The Hangar production sparkles and pops under Suzanne Agins' direction, and is stuffed with ingratiating performances. Young endows Usnavi with soulfulness. Bolero and Celina Polanco do fine work as Nina's earnest parents. Perez lays out Vanessa's aspirations in "It Won't Be Long Now. Source: www.syracuse.com
Benny, the only non-Hispanic person in the barrio, works for her father Kevin's (Danny Bolero) struggling car service. The heart of "In the Heights" is Abuela Claudia (Amy Jo Phillips), the neighborhood honorary grandma, who practically raised Usnavi
The elders own the strongest songs: Danny Bolero hauntingly sings of his feeling of uselessness in the face of his obdurate daughter, recalling days in the sugar cane fields (Bolero's performance is rich, varied and nicely layered.) Phillips brings
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