Hillary Clinton has confided (or bragged) that she has seen the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton" three times, including a fundraising event in which contributors could win tickets to see the more-than-sold-out show alongside her.

Now "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda is among the draws for a Broadway-themed fundraiser for the Democratic presidential candidate that also features actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, star of "Sex and the City" TV series, Helen Mirren, Anne Hathaway, Bernadette Peters and Julia Roberts, Angela Bassett and Emily Blunt. Plus, Hugh Jackman, Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Groban and a few other people you've heard of.

The master of ceremonies for the Oct.  17 event at the St. James Theater will be Billy Crystal, according to an invitation obtained by The Washington Post. Clinton will not be there, but daughter and New York resident Chelsea Clinton will speak. Of course, it's on a Monday — the night many Broadway theaters are dark for an actors' day off.

The event announced Friday is part of a stepped-up effort to raise money for both Clinton's presidential campaign and for Democratic races down the ballot as the election enters the final month.