Photos: All the A-Listers Who've Scored Tickets to Hamilton
BILL & HILLARY CLINTON
The couple managed to make it to their second round of the show as Hillary trekked along the campaign trail in July 2016. "The Clintons were here tonight," star Lin-Manuel Miranda tweeted after their first visit in March 2015, "So that's presidents #1, #2, #3 and #42 accounted for. (Maybe #45?)."
The movie star chatted with Miranda backstage after a December 2015 performance.
Streisand posed with Schuyler sisters Renée Elise Goldsberry, Jasmine Cephas Jones and Phillipa Soo in November 2015, a few months before presenting the show with the best musical award at the 2016 Tonys.
ANDREW RANNELLS & EMMA WATSON
The actors snagged a photo op with Leslie Odom Jr. in October 2015.
Leslie Odom Jr. might play the show's villain, Aaron Burr, but he's clearly the leading man in Kaling's eyes. "He can shoot me in any duel," she wrote on Instagram after snagging a selfie with the Tony nominee after the show. "I ain't mad at this one."
CHANCE THE RAPPER
The rapper shows Daveed Diggs – who is Tony nominated for his performance as the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson – some love backstage.
George Washington might have finally met his match! Stallone goofed around with Tony nominee Christopher Jackson after catching a performance back in January.
Just a week later, the Hamilton cast was left equally star-struck when Ford stopped by the Richard Rodgers Theatre. "That time when Indiana Jones was hangin outside my dressing room!!!!" Jackson excitedly posted on Instagram.
MARK ZUCKERBERG, PRISCILLA CHAN & RANDI ZUCKERBERG
GABRIELLE GIFFORDS & MARK KELLY
"An honor to sing for you tonight," Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote on Twitter after performing for the former Congresswoman and her astronaut husband in May.
The comedian makes time for a selfie with Miranda after a recent trip to the Richard Rodgers.
Not long after seeing fellow Best Musical nominee School of Rock (Black starred in the 2003 film that inspired it), he made his way across town to take in a performance of Hamilton.
TRACEE ELLIS ROSS
Judging by their smiles, it seems as if Miranda was just as excited to meet the black-ish star after an April performance as she was to see him.
"The Wiz Live!" Miranda joked on Twitter when the rapper came to see the show.
"We love you Jon!" Michele captioned a picture of herself alongside Groff and Miranda after celebrating her best friend's birthday by seeing him perform in Hamilton.
ROBERT DOWNEY JR.
The Iron Man star had a super time at the Broadway smash in May.
WILL & WILLOW SMITH
"The Smiths came through!" Jasmine Cephas-Jones, who plays Peggy Schuyler and Maria Reynolds, wrote on Instagram after performing for the famous family.
The funnyman was all smiles as he posed for a picture with Cephas-Jones after seeing the show in February.
JAY Z & BEYONCé
According to Miranda, Beyoncé was so impressed by Jonathan Groff, who plays King George, that she talked to him about his walking technique backstage. "'I'm stealing your walk. I love your walk,'" the writer recalled of her praise on Twitter. Miranda said Groff had not one ounce of chill left following the interaction: " 'Then the ground swallowed me up and I died happy,' " Miranda recounted him saying.
If the intensity of her backstage powwow with Miranda isn't enough of an indication of Dunham's profound response to the musical, her tweets sure were. "Love to hate things that others adore but Hamilton on Broadway is unimpeachably perfect. Wept, laughed, raged," she wrote. And the Girls star wishes the show could be part of a nationwide curriculum: "If every kid in America could see Hamilton they would thirst for historical knowledge and then show up to vote."
MATTHEW & CAMILA MCCONAUGHEY
You know you have a superb musical when an Oscar-winning actor needed to get an iPhone snap of his wife with the leading man.
NEIL PATRICK HARRIS & DAVID BURTKA
The couple scored a photo with stars Miranda and Leslie Odom Jr., and Harris became the envy of theater-heads everywhere when he managed to see Hamilton not just once, but twice. "Took the family to @HamiltonMusical (2nd time for me). It's brilliance of another level. Makes me yearn to be that good," Harris tweeted. "How good is @leslieodomjr in @HamiltonMusical? Exquisite looks, skills, voice, focus, confidence – just everything. Perfection."
The actress got animated when gushing over Groff after an October performance.
"Love love loved @HamiltonMusical #greatforhiphopheads," the comedian tweeted in October.
JUDD APATOW & LESLIE MANN
"That show is amazing!!!! Hurry up. I need that soundtrack!" Apatow captioned this photo of himself, wife Mann and their daughters Maude, 18, and Iris, 13, backstage with actress Phillipa Soo, Miranda and Groff.
One way to earn a smooch from the Law & Order: SVU favorite? Kill it onstage like Odom Jr. "ExhilaratingExperience," "MostSignificantPieceofTheaterIveEverSeen," and "LifeGiving," are just some of the hashtags Hargitay used to describe the performance on Instagram.
The late-night host had no doubts about Hamilton's significance. "Easily the best show I have ever seen. Seriously," he said.
"WoW! WOW! WoW! What a thrilling experience to be in the presence of such Genuis! Brilliance! #castofHamilton," Winfrey captioned a collage of her Hamilton visit.
The actress didn't hesitate to dub the musical "the absolute best," and stuck around after the performance to get a pic with star Christopher Jackson.
RITA WILSON & TOM HANKS
JOHN STAMOS & MARTIN SHORT
Sharing a photo with star Phillipa Soo and Short, Stamos called seeing Hamilton "a most moving experience."
"@HamiltonMusical inspired amp moved me to the core. It motivated my spirit and awakened parts of my soul! Don't miss it," the actor, who met Miranda and star Sasha Hutchings backstage, tweeted.
The Oscar winner is another one of the lucky few who can boast of multiple Hamilton viewings. "Seen it twice and still haven't gotten enough of @HamiltonMusical. Lin-Manuel Miranda, #YouToldHistory unforgettably! Thank you. #runandgoseeit," she said on Instagram.