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Lin-Manuel Miranda, Emily Blunt, more to appear at Hillary Clinton Broadway benefit

Monday’s event will be streaming online

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Hillary Clinton’s Broadway fundraiser Stronger Together has a seriously star-studded lineup of performers.

The event, which takes place in New York Monday night, is hosted by Billy Crystal and includes performances from Lin-Manuel Miranda, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jon Hamm, Hugh Jackman, Billy Crystal, Emily Blunt, and more, as well as speeches from celebrities including Lena Dunham, Helen Mirren, and Julia Roberts.

Highlights include a rewrite of Hamilton‘s “The World Was Wide Enough,” performed by Miranda and Renée Elise Goldsberry. Cynthia Erivo will also lead the full company in a performance of “Battle Hymn of the Republic.” Harvey Weinstein and Stephen Schwartz are among the producers for the event, which will raise money for the Hillary Victory Fund.

Stronger Together will take place Monday, Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. ET. Livestream it on Clinton’s website and bask in these amazing performances.

See the full lineup below.

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 and speeches:

Alan Cumming

Angela Bassett

Ansel Elgort

Chelsea Clinton

Helen Mirren

Julia Roberts

Lena Dunham

Neil Patrick Harris

Sarah Jones

Sarah Paulson

Uzo Aduba