One-on-One: Alex Lewis Interviews Hope Easterbrook (Hamilton)

Hear what Hope has to say to Alex Lewis about dance, HAMILTON, and more in this one-on-one interview.

Hope Easterbrook was the first replacement to the original cast in HAMILTON (Broadway). She is also the creator of Dance4Hope, which was born out of her pure love and admiration for both dance, and children. She’s drawn to the refugee children that have been separated from their families living in shelters in the NYC area, as well as other kids facing adversity and social-emotional challenges. Dance 4 Hope allows these children a safe space to express themselves through their art, navigate their social and emotional challenges, and prepare them for success.

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