‘Hamilton’ Grammys Performance Makes Social Media Lose Its Mind

“One small step for @HamiltonMusical, one giant leap for Broadway,” tweets one user about history-making performance

For the first time ever, the Grammys live-streamed a performance from a Broadway stage, and Twitter collectively lost its mind.

Lin-Manuel Miranda‘s “Hamilton” has been a phenomenon since its debut, but tonight it was introduced to thousands — if not millions — of potential new fans in the grandest way.

“Landing tickets to Hamilton just got even MORE difficult,” tweeted one user, referencing the regularly sold-out show at the Richard Rogers Theatre, where orchestra tickets routinely go for over $400 at face value.

“.@HamiltonMusical did not throw away its shot on #Grammys tonight. Next stop: #Tonys,” said another.

Shortly after the performance, the musical won Best Musical Theatre Album, prompting Miranda to give a rap-style acceptance speech, no doubt earning even more fans.

Below is a sampling of Twitter users who lost their minds over the history-making performance.