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$2 Million Raised By Broadway and Hollywood for Stronger Together: Broadway for Hillary Fundraiser

$2 Million Raised By Broadway and Hollywood for Stronger Together: Broadway for Hillary Fundraiser
Billy Crystal

Billy Crystal

Hollywood and Broadway stars appeared on stage for Stronger Together: Broadway for Hillary fundraiser that was live streamed on Facebook and YouTube. The St James Theatre was the venue and the show was hosted by Billy Crystal. Guests forked out between $45 up to $100,000 to watch the two-hour concert in person on Monday night with proceeds going to the Hillary Victory Fund.

Lin Manuel Miranda, Julia Roberts, Renee Goldsberry

Lin Manuel Miranda, Julia Roberts, Renee Goldsberry

Sarah Barellis

Sarah Barellis

Singer Josh Groban performed a rendition of ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’ from the Wizard of Oz.

Helen Miren

Helen Miren

Barbra Streisand and Jamie Foxx also performed a pre-recorded version of ‘Climb Ev’ry Mountain’ from The Sound of Music for the concert.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Victoria Clark

Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Victoria Clark

Sarah Jessica Parker, Andrea McArdle

Sarah Jessica Parker, Andrea McArdle

Sarah Jessica Parker performed with husband Matthew Broderick and Broadway star Victoria Clark before the Sex and The City actress sang a rendition of ‘Tomorrow’ from Annie with Andrea McArdle.

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt

Emily Blunt and Bernadette Peters sang from Into the Woods.

Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton

While Clinton did not attend, her daughter Chelsea is there to watch the theatrics and delivered a four-minute speech to thank everyone who helped put on the show.

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton

Mad Men star Jon Hamm and Jake Gyllenhaal performed a scene from ‘It Can’t Happen Here’ – a 1936 play based on Sinclair Lewis’ novel about a fascist takeover of America, according to The Times.

Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackman

‘Vote,’ they urged Americans after their performance. ‘The margin of victory has never been more important.’

Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts

Former ‘Hamilton’ co-stars Lin-Manuel Miranda and Renée Elise Goldsberry performed an original rap urging voters to help campaign for Clinton.

Neil Patrick Harris

Neil Patrick Harris

The Good Wife actor Alan Cumming spoke at the event on behalf of LGBT community.

Anne Hathaway, Kellie O'Hara

Anne Hathaway, Kellie O’Hara

The show, was produced by Jordan Roth, Richie Jackson, Stephen Schwartz and Harvey Weinstein.

Sienna Miller , Anne Hathaway

Sienna Miller , Anne Hathaway

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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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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