Spike Lee's exuberant Prince block party wasn't the only NYC tribute to the late, great musician: The Broadway casts of Hamilton and The Color Purple took time after their performances to have a moment celebrating Prince's incomparable legacy.

Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who Tweeted that he was "gutted" over Prince's death, had advice for his followers:

After the Thursday night show, he prompted the cast to dance:


At The Color Purple, Jennifer Hudson, Cynthia Erivo and the rest of the cast performed a shattering and rousing rendition of "Purple Rain."


Over in Williamsburg, Questlove DJ'd a Prince tribute show at Brooklyn Bowl (replacing the original performer, Talib Kweli).

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Gothamist's Scott Heins says it was "one big sweaty crowded wild party." He also spotted Kweli, along with Chris Rock, Mya Rudolph and Council Member Jumaane Williams in the VIP section.

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Questlove DJing (Scott Heins / Gothamist)

As for why Questlove had Finding Nemo playing on the screens... well, it turns out the Prince was extremely fond of Finding Nemo.