Jordan Fisher Reminisces on His 'Hamilton' Debut: 'My Longest, Most Persistent Dream'

Jordan Fisher Reminisces on His 'Hamilton' Debut: 'My Longest, Most Persistent Dream'

Jordan Fisher made his Hamilton debut last November, and he played the roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton all the way through March of 2017.

Now, he is reminiscing on his time on the smash hit Broadway production with a heartfelt Instagram explaining just how much the show meant to him.

Jordan uploaded a powerful image of his fellow cast members gathered in a circle, eyes closed and hands placed on one another, presumably in preparation for the show.

“Late-night throwback to an evening where my longest, most persistent dream came true,” he wrote in the caption, “I made my Broadway debut: In my pal’s show. In my favorite wardrobe ever. As my favorite character(s) I’ve ever portrayed.”

He then talked about the people he worked with, and how much they mean to him: “Surrounded by some of the most beautiful people I now consider family. People that I miss daily. People that I love very much at take a moment for the new family members to bring them in, lay hands on them, and pour every ounce of love they have to give to get them balanced and prepared both spiritually and emotionally for that dream to come true.”

Jordan wants to return to Broadway soon, and we definitely can see why: he had such a positive, life-changing experience with the cast and crew his first time around.

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