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The Frame FOR June 13, 2016

Thomas Kail & David Korins go from 'Hamilton' to 'Grease: Live'; Tonys 2016

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Director Thomas Kail and production designer David Korins helped bring the Broadway hit “Hamilton” to life, but in 2016 they also collaborated on the production of “Grease: Live!” — the TV event for Fox; New York Magazine theater critic Jesse Green says diversity was the big winner at this year's Tony awards.
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