Tony Award-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda bares it all for street theatre

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Corden, along with Miranda and his faithful crew, gathered to perform the live remake on a real crosswalk near CBS studios.

The vehicle drivers, waiting for the signal to clear, got more than what they bargained for. "Orgy? Wanna have an orgy?" "In a lot of ways, I feel like everything I've ever done has been leading up to this moment", the performer gushed. "I might get on the crosswalk.'" And get on the crosswalk he did, but not before a pep talk from Corden.

With book, music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, direction by Thomas Kail, choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler and musical supervision and orchestrations by Alex Lacamoire, Hamilton is based on Ron Chernow's biography of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.

"Remember, this could be it for you".

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For the big finale, Corden and Miranda did what no one thought they could do: dance nude on the crosswalk. This time the duo slipped into something groovy, slapped on some beaded headbands and flowing wigs to take on the legendary 1968 Broadway chronicle of all things hippie: Hair.

Corden's crosswalk troupe tackled Beauty and the Beast with Dan Stevens and his Disney movie costars, Mary Poppins with Sir Ben Kingsley, and The Lion King with Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne, but they've never done Hair - probably because they don't really know what it's about.

Watch the video below to see performances of "Aquarius", "Hair", and "Let The Sunshine In".

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