They have been married since 2010 and have two sons, Sebastian and Francisco.
And Lin-Manuel Miranda and wife Vanessa Nadal looked like a beloved couple as they enjoyed the world premiere of In the Heights at the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on Wednesday.
The writer and performer, 41, and lawyer, 38, were later danced all night long at the after-party and stunned with their moves as they twirled across the floor.
Dancing all night long: Lin-Manuel Miranda and wife Vanessa Nadal looked like a beloved couple as they enjoyed the In The Heights premiere afterparty in NYC on Wednesday
Miranda seemed to be cheerful as he smiled at his beautiful wife and wrapped an arm around her waist.
He continued to demonstrate his own impressive skills on the dance floor, making sure to hold Nadal’s hands until they were ready to spin.
The brunette beauty cut a glamorous figure for the premiere and opted for a stunning white patterned long dress, styled with gold earrings and black flats.
She pinned her locks back in a chic updo, with a braid across the front of her head, and added another pop of color to her ensemble by donning red lipstick.
Sensational: The writer and performer, 41, and lawyer, 38, seemed to be in a good mood as they twirled on the dance floor
Miranda also made sure to put on a stylish display as he stepped to the event in a crisp light blue button-down shirt.
He also wore navy blue pants and white sneakers – perfect for dancing – as he hit the red carpet and later the dance floor with his wife.
The couple were seen at the after-party after a star-studded walk on the red carpet alongside actress Leslie Grace and actor Anthony Ramos.
Make a move: Lin-Manuel took to the dance floor and was photographed making a few moves with his wife
Have fun: The duo, who are still rocking their red carpet ensembles, threw out a variety of dance moves as they moved across the floor together
What a night: they were joined by several other people, who also wanted to dance the night away
Miranda’s parents Luis A. Miranda, Jr. and Luz Towns-Miranda also attended the big night to celebrate their son’s impressive achievement.
Miranda’s first musical, In the Heights, is finally making its big screen debut, more than 13 years after its Broadway debut.
The star, who also wrote the musical hit Hamilton, wrote In the Heights in 1999 while a sophomore at Weslyan University, where it first starred as a one-act play.
Red carpet ready: Miranda’s first musical, In the Heights, finally makes its big screen debut more than 13 years after its Broadway debut (pictured on Wednesday’s red carpet)
Couple: The writer was joined by his wife for the celebrations, with whom he has been married since 2010 and shares two children with
He eventually expanded it into a full musical version, first debuting at the National Musical Theater Conference in Waterford, Connecticut in 2005, a year after Quiara Alegria Hudes came on board to co-write the book with Miranda.
The show debuted off-Broadway in 2007 before arriving on Broadway in 2008, where it was a huge success, being nominated for 13 Tony Awards, winning four of which, including Best Musical.
Lin-Manuel’s Look: Miranda stepped out for the event at the United Palace Theater in New York City, wearing a crisp light blue button-down shirt (pictured with actress Leslie Grace)
Family: Miranda’s parents Luis A. Miranda, Jr. and Luz Towns-Miranda also attended the big night to celebrate their son’s impressive feat (pictured with Nadal on the red carpet)
Early Days: Miranda wrote In the Heights in 1999 when he was a sophomore at Weslyan University, where it first starred as a one-act play (pictured with actress Leslie Grace)
The story follows Usnavi de la Vega (Anthony Ramos), a beloved bodega owner in New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood, Miranda’s hometown.
Set over the course of three days, the story follows the intersecting lives of various characters in this Dominican neighborhood.
Ramos is joined by Melissa Barrera, Stephanie Beatriz, Jimmy Smits, Corey Hawkins, Dascha Polanco, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Marc Anthony and Leslie Grace.
Cast: The story follows Usnavi de la Vega (Anthony Ramos), a bodega owner in the Washington Heights neighborhood of NYC, Miranda’s hometown (see the film’s cast)
Plot: The story takes place over three days after the intersecting lives of the characters in the Dominican neighborhood (photo L-R: Miranda, his father Luis, Lawrence Chu and the director of the film Jon M.Chu)
Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) directs from a script by Quiara Alegria Hudes, based on the playbook she wrote with Miranda.
The film will debut simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max June 11, as part of Warner Bros.’ historic deal that sees all of their 2021 movies appear in theaters and on the streaming service simultaneously.
Miranda will then voice the title character in the animated film Vivo, and he will make his directorial debut with tick, tick…Boom!, based on the book by Rent creator Jonathan Larson.
Director: Jon M. Chu (left, Crazy Rich Asians) directing from a script by Quiara Alegria Hudes (right), based on the playbook she wrote with Miranda (second from left, next to his father Luis)
Coming Soon: Miranda will voice the title character in the animated film Vivo, and he’ll make his directorial debut with tick, tick…Boom!, based on the book by Rent creator Jonathan Larson (pictured with Leslie Grace and Olga Merediz)