Sunday night marked an evening of #Tonys4Ham.
The musical may not have broken the record for the most Tony Awards for a single production, but "Hamilton" did earn an impressive 11 wins, including three of the four potential acting categories and the coveted Best Musical honor.
Lin-Manuel Miranda himself walked away with statues for Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score, while Daveed Diggs, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Leslie Odom Jr., Thomas Kail, Alex Lacamoire, Andy Blankenbuehler, Howell Binkley and Paul Tazewell took home trophies in their respective categories.
And then there were the performances.
"Hamilton" cast members opened the show by propping up host James Corden in song. They introduced a parallel set of #Ham4Ham-esque videos recorded outside the Beacon Theatre, featuring actors from the nominated musicals performing favorites of Broadway past. They performed a medley of hits from their own production near the end of the night. And finally, they closed out the entire ceremony with a scene led by the women of "Hamilton" -- Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones.
It was a night of celebration, a stark contrast to the horrific act of violence that occurred earlier in the day in Orlando, Florida. As Miranda expressed in the sonnet he read when he accepted his Best Original Score award, "Senseless acts of tragedy remind us that nothing here is promised, not one day. This show is proof that history remembers. We live through times when hate and fear seem stronger. We rise and fall and light from dying embers, remembrances that hope and love last longer."
In honor of the "Hamilton" cast and crew's momentous night, here are all the moments of "Ham"-related wonder you might have missed:
1. When "Hamilton" opened the show like no other production could.
2. When the "Hamilton" cast welcomed a group of this year’s Tony nominees to sing "Tomorrow" from "Annie," and kick off a night of #Ham4Ham-like performances outside the Beacon Theatre.
3. When Renée Elise Goldsberry tearfully accepted her Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Musical.
4. When Daveed Diggs accepted his Tony for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his two roles as the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson.
5. When Lin-Manuel Miranda accepted his Tony for Best Original Score and recited a sonnet in honor of the victims of the shooting in Orlando.
6. When Thomas Kail accepted his Tony for Best Director of a Musical and lovingly locked eyes with Miranda.
7. When Alex Lacamoire accepted his Tony for Best Orchestration and the "Hamilton" domination only continued.
8. When Miranda accepted his Tony for Best Book of a Musical. And read a poem in honor of his dad.
9. When James Corden pointed out the hilarious amount of times Broadway stars have appeared on "Law & Order" -- including that time Daveed Diggs and Leslie Odom Jr. BOTH appeared in the same episode.
10. When Miranda got up and danced during the performance of "On Your Feet."
11. When "Carpool Karaoke" -- featuring Miranda, Audra McDonald, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jane Krakowski -- aired again during the Tonys.
12. When Andy Blankenbuehler accepted his Tony for Best Choreography.
13. When President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama introduced "Hamilton," remarking on that time seven years ago when Miranda wowed them with a first listen of his historic musical.
14. When "Hamilton" performed without prop guns, in solidarity with the Orlando shooting victims.
15. Still thinking about that performance.
16. When Leslie Odom Jr. accepted his Tony for Best Leading Actor in a Musical, beating out Miranda and sincerely thanking him along the way.
17. When "Hamilton" finally accepted its Tony for Best Musical.
18. And the cast closed the show like this:
And don't forget: Costume designer Paul Tazewell and lighting designer Howell Binkley took home their awards before the Tonys broadcast started.
Congratulations, to everyone on the cast and crew. Long live "Hamilton."