‘Hamilton’ Play Audience Members Robbed While Waiting For Cast Members
BY: NISHA THOMAS
Police are now on a search to find a woman who has been accused of robbing audience members that were waiting for stars of the ‘Hamilton’ play in New York City after the show was over.
There were at least six different incidents reported to officers between the dates of May 25th and November 6th of this year.
Each victim says that they were waiting outside of the Richard Rogers Theatre on West 46th Street in New York City, which is where they’d claimed to have been allegedly robbed.
Police that were called to the scene said that they believed that the alleged suspect used the victims’ credit cards in order to purchase more than $2,200 worth of merchandise at Macy’s, Junior’s Restaurant, Rite Aid, Target, DSW, Burlington Coat Factory and Duane Reade.
‘Hamilton’ recently made other headlines when the cast members addressed some issues of their own regarding race, Donald Trump, and his VP-elect, Mike Pence.
Check out what took place:
In her recent Opening Statement, Judge Jeanine Pirro attempted to clap back at the cast of “Hamilton” for what she’d considered to be their “inappropriate and disgusting” comments toward the Republican VP-elect at the hit Broadway show, that I must admit is worth every penny.
Pence found himself being booed by the crowd just as he’d entered into the theater with his family in what Pirro is claiming was an “outrageous and embarrassing” moment.
“What happened in that theater – one block from here – was out and out reverse racism, and tee’d up hate for a man who has done nothing to deserve this inappropriate and disgusting behavior,” she said on “Justice.”
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Anyone with information is urged to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.