The Schuyler Sisters talk 'Hamilton' ahead of Disney+ debut

Renee Elise Goldsberry, Phillipa Soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones originally played the Schuyler Sisters in the Broadway musical and appear in the upcoming production on Disney+.
6:03 | 06/30/20

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Transcript for The Schuyler Sisters talk 'Hamilton' ahead of Disney+ debut
All week long we're counting down to the big moment the pull list prize winning musical "Hamilton" finally premieres on Disney plus. That will happen this Friday and this morning we're excited to the fabulous three original Schuyler sisters joining us from the production. Joining us, Renee, of course Renee Elise Goldsberry, phillipa soo and Jasmine Cephas Jones all joining us. Great to see all of you and phillipa, I just have to say to everybody, we were talking in the break so I feel like I'm a fourth sister right now but, oh, my, I love it. The way you work together so well, you spent so much time together, shared a dressing room together. Phillipa, is it true you all would just break out in song when you were backstage? Yes, that is true. I mean, you know, when you're working on a show you never know -- sometimes you know who you will work with but sometimes you don't know anyone and everyone is a stranger to you and let me just say it was not hard to find the sisterly bond. We were sharing a dressing room. It was just -- it was very small and the most meaningful bonding moments I think happened in the little moments and if there was ever a moment to either make up a song or take a song that already existed and add three-part harmony, we would do that. I learned Lin was inspired by that and that's why we sort of changed Schuyler sisters from downtown to uptown. Added more three-part harmonies and I don't remember the first version. Do you guys remember it? I don't. Added a lot of harmony. We used to harmonize about anything that happened. If somebody would show up to the show we'd sing bit. Remember, I was just looking at -- when Obama came going to do a show for Obama Yeah. We would sing anything that was happening in three-part harmony. Yeah, we made a song about the grammys too. You guys are just so -- it would come to you like that and talked about Lin, lin-manuel Miranda, of course, the creator of this magic that people are going to be able to see many for the first time on Disney plus. Now, when he saw the movie "Hamilton," the movie, he threw his shoe which is in essence a standing ovation. Renee, I heard you were in a puddle of tears when you saw the movie. Is that true? I was in a puddle of tears and -- so, yeah, I threw a tissue box is what I threw. Yeah, it's like I find it -- I'm not objective. I just find it a revelation through the entire -- to the last moment and you'll know what I mean when you see this movie, that even at the very -- I believe you have seen it. At the very last moment, robin. Yes. It's not -- you think it's over but it's not. The last moment of the film is probably the most breathtaking of the entire film and that's phillipa soo. I won't give it away. I won't spoil it but, ooh, if you're not in a puddle of tears by the end of it, you're not human to me. I could not agree with you more and, phillipa, the way she just -- I want people to see it but I want people to see a clip right now. You play Anjelica, the older sister and here you are singing to your younger sister who is just about to get married to the man that you love, Alexander Hamilton. Here's a clip. A toast to the groom the groom to the groom to the groom to the bride to the bride to the bride from your sister Anjelica always by your side to your union to the union to the revolution and the hope that you provide you provide may you always may you always be satisfied Oh, my gosh. I get chills when I hear your voices and I know that you have a debut EP coming out, Jasmine. "Blue bird" I believe is the name of it. You've had a lot of musicians that have seen "Hamilton." Were you ever starstruck when you looked out, Jasmine, at the audience to see who was there? I was starstruck a lot even though we had a lot of celebrities and famous people come every night, it started to be the norm for us, so we were always performing on 100 because, you know, we just never knew who was going to be there. But, you know, performing for the Obamas was absolutely amazing. Beyonce and Jay-Z came and I lost it and I think my favorite person of all time was prince that came to the show and we had just gone to one of his parties, he invited us to one of his parties and it was so exciting. We found out like 20 minutes before the show ended and, you know, we were able to share that moment together and then the next day he saw the show and he was sitting in the balcony so we all -- he was sitting in the balcony in one of those boxes on the side, and, you know, we all knew he was sitting right there. You could just feel the energy, so that was one of like the people that I was so excited to see and be there and perform in front of. That's beautiful congratulations on your engagement. This is when the computer takes us off. I wish we had more time. I love you guys.

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