‘Hamilton’ star Seth Stewart on how he avoids making money mistakes

When Seth Stewart joined the original cast of “Hamilton” in 2015 — then an off-Broadway show at New York’s Public Theater — he couldn’t have known that, three years later, he’d remain one of the show’s longest-running company members.

Stewart, who was also part of the original cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first show, “In the Heights,” started as a member of “Hamilton’s” ensemble and took over the dual roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in September. He is currently one of only three actors who have been with “Hamilton” since the very beginning — the other two are Javier Munoz, who currently plays Hamilton, and Thayne Jasperson, an ensemble member — but he’ll take his last bow as Lafayette/Jefferson in mid-April, departing the show after more than two years of eight performances a week.

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