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Watch Hillary Clinton’s Star-Studded Broadway Fundraiser Live Stream

The starry Broadway fundraiser for the Hillary Clinton campaign, “Stronger Together,” will live-stream online, showcasing a just-announced set list that includes a rewritten “Hamilton” song performed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Renee Elise Goldsberry, a tune from “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” sung by Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Jessica Parker dueting on a song from “Annie,” and two “Into the Woods” alumni, Emily Blunt and Bernadette Peters, singing songs from the show.

Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway, Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles, and Billy Crystal, who serves as the evening’s host, will also sing at the event. Also on the docket are monologues and speeches from Julia Roberts, Helen Mirren, Sarah Paulson, Ansel Elgort, Lena Dunham, and Chelsea Clinton, among others.

Viewers can live-stream the event on the campaign website, or on Hillary Clinton’s YouTube Page and Facebook Page. We’ve also included the live-stream right here, above.

Produced by Jordan Roth (president of Jujamcyn Theaters) and Richie Jackson, “Wicked” composer Stephen Schwartz, and Harvey Weinstein, the event at the St. James Theater begins at 5:30 p.m. PT at the St. James Theatre.

Here’s the full set list.

PERFORMANCES:
“HILLARY TONIGHT” – Billy Crystal & Adult Chorus
“OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING” – Hugh Jackman
“WILKOMMEN/CABARET” – Joel Grey & Sienna Miller
“BEEN A LONG DAY” – Matthew Broderick, Sarah Jessica Parker & Victoria Clark
“WHILE I HAVE THE FLOOR”– Ayodele Casel (tap dance)
“BRAVE” – Sara Bareilles
“ORIGIN OF LOVE” – Neil Patrick Harris, Rebecca Naomi Jones & Stephen Trask (ballet dancers: Stella Abrera, Leanne Cope, Marcelo Gomes, Clifford Williams)
“NO ONE IS ALONE” Reprise – Emily Blunt
“CHILDREN WILL LISTEN” – Bernadette Peters & Children’s Chorus
“CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN” – Barbra Streisand & Jamie Fox (video)
“GET HAPPY / HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN”- Anne Hathaway & Kelli O’Hara
“FOR GOOD” – Stephen Schwartz & Kelli O’Hara
“IT CAN’T HAPPEN HERE” – Jon Hamm & Jake Gyllenhaal
“TOMORROW” – Sarah Jessica Parker & Andrea McArdle
“OVER THE RAINBOW” – Josh Groban
“THE WORLD WAS WIDE ENOUGH” (rewrite from Hamilton) – Lin-Manuel Miranda & Renée Elise Goldsberry
“BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC” – Cynthia Erivo, Adult and Kids’ Chorus, full company

MONOLOGUES & SPEECHES:
Alan Cumming
Angela Bassett
Ansel Elgort
Chelsea Clinton
Helen Mirren
Julia Roberts
Lena Dunham
Neil Patrick Harris
Sarah Jones
Sarah Paulson
Uzo Aduba

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