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See Lin-Manuel Miranda, Renee Elise Goldsberry & More of Broadway's Brightest Take the Stage for Hillary Clinton Concert

Rock the vote? More like rap the vote! Renée Elise Goldsberry and Lin-Manuel Miranda re-vamp "The World Was Wide Enough" intro from Hamilton.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Rock the vote? More like rap the vote! Renée Elise Goldsberry and Lin-Manuel Miranda re-vamp "The World Was Wide Enough" intro from Hamilton.

(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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A slew of stage faves rocked the St. James Theatre on October 17 to support Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

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Hugh Jackman is back on Broadway! If only it weren't for one night only. Fingers crossed!(Photo: Adam Schultz)
The Cherry Orchard's Joel Grey is waiting in the wings.(Photo: Barbara Kinney)
The evening's fabulous emcee: comedy king Billy Crystal!(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Anne Hathaway and Kelli O'Hara tackle Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand's iconic duet "Get Happy/Happy Days Are Here Again."(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Wilkomen! Joel Grey hails back to his Cabaret roots and struts his stuff.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
We love these gents! Jake Gyllenhaal and Jon Hamm take the stage.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
The Color Purple Tony winner Cynthia Erivo is bedazzled and she's here.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda spits some Election Day rhymes.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Rebecca Naomi Jones and Neil Patrick Harris perform "Origin of Love" from Hedwig and the Angry Inch.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Mary Poppins was able to fly in for a song! Into the Woods fave Emily Blunt takes the stage for "No One Is Alone (Reprise)."(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Theater diva Bernadette Peters makes dreams come true and sings "Children Will Listen" from Into the Woods.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
A perfect double act! Sarah Jessica Parker and Andrea McArdle unite for Annie's "Tomorrow."(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Sienna Miller channels her inner diva for "Cabaret."(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Sell/Buy/Date's Sarah Jones takes the mic.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Waitress' music mastermind Sara Bareilles shows off those powerful pipes with "Brave."(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Poised just one night before his Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, Josh Groban sings "Over the Rainbow."(Photo: Adam Schultz)
A golden trio! Sarah Jessica Parker, Victoria Clark and Matthew Broderick  perform "Been A Long Day" from How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.(Photo: Adam Schultz)
Rock the vote? More like rap the vote! Renée Elise Goldsberry and Lin-Manuel Miranda re-vamp "The World Was Wide Enough" intro from Hamilton.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
An epic finale! Cynthia Erivo, Billy Crystal and the full company for Hillary Clinton's Broadway fundraiser unite onstage.(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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