‘Hamilton’ star pleads with audience ahead of stop in Cleveland

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DES MOINES, Iowa — One of the stars of the hit musical “Hamilton” has a message for audiences ahead of the show’s six-week run in Cleveland.

Actor Nik Walker, who plays Aaron Burr in the musical, wants you to stop taking pictures while the actors are on stage.

He posted a video on Twitter Saturday during a show in Des Moines, Iowa.

“I hate to be this guy, but I have to say it,” he said. “If you’re in the front row and taking pictures, like, we can see you. Bro, we can see you. Stop taking pictures.”

“All love and thank you for being here and I know that you paid a lot of money and I know that you’re very excited,” he continued. “But, like, please stop with the pictures. Like, stop. Crazy. You’re being crazy.”

Hamilton will be at Playhouse Square from July 17th through August 26th. Playhouse Square has released a limited number of tickets for the show.  Click here to check availability and to purchase.

There will also be 37, $10 orchestra seats sold for every performance during it’s run in Cleveland. Click here to learn how to enter the lottery for a chance to purchase those tickets.

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