Hillary Clinton is heading to Broadway.
The Hillary Victory Fund -- a joint fundraising committee between the DNC and the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate's campaign -- will host a special matinee performance on July 12 of the Tony award-winning (and perpetually sold-out) musical "Hamilton."
According to a Clinton aide, the campaign has rented out the Richard Rodgers Theatre and purchased every seat in the 1,300-seat venue. The campaign did not disclose the cost of such endeavour.
While Broadway ticket prices have skyrocketed in recent years, the tickets for the fundraiser are high, even by Broadway standards: On sale now at HillaryClinton.com/Hamilton, tickets range from $2,700 to $100,000. Perks of the priciest tickets include premium seats, and a "wrap party" and photo session with Clinton.
"Hamilton," a hip-hop-flavored biography about the first U.S. treasury secretary Alexander Hamilton, won 11 Tony Awards earlier this month, including best musical.
In conjunction with the fundraiser, the campaign has kicked off a contest where winners will snag tickets to the performance, and a chance to meet Clinton, who will also be attending the show. Travel and accommodations will also be covered.
Clinton texted supporters about the contest on Saturday. In a fundraising email sent to supporters, Clinton said her favorite song in the musical -- which she saw at the Off-Broadway Public Theater last year before it moved to Broadway -- is "Non-Stop."
"We should have more songs about the Federalist papers," Clinton wrote.