On June 26, Lin-Manuel Miranda kicked off the #Ham4All Challenge, which helps raise awareness for a fundraiser benefitting the Immigrants: We Get The Job Done Coalition.
Since then, Hollywood and Broadway stars have done their part, both by donating to the coalition and by posting a clip of themselves singing a Hamilton song of their choice - before tagging friends to take part as well.
Here are 10 of the best #Ham4All clips from Broadway and beyond.
1. Jevon McFerrin, James Monroe Iglehart and Nik Walker
Early in the challenge, current Hamilton cast members took part. There was only one rule: they could not sing any song that their character sings in the show. Here, McFerrin, Iglehart and Walker do a soulful, 90s boyband-esque rendition of "You'll Be Back," the first King George solo.
2. Yael Grobglas
Grobglas, who currently plays Petra on The CW's Jane The Virgin, shocked fans with her song choice. She chose "Guns and Ships," one of the fastest songs on Broadway, and rapped it perfectly. She even sped up the slower beginning part.
3. The Cast of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812
Through being tagged, nearly the entire principal cast of The Great Comet have completed the challenge - and each of them put their own spin on their song of choice. There were too many great ones to choose just one entry.
The three supporting ladies all found unique ways to sing their songs of choice: Brittain Ashford lent her voice and lap harp skills to "It's Quiet Uptown," Grace McLean used a loop pedal for her rendition of "You'll Be Back," and Gelsey Bell put a chilling spin on "Wait For It."
The Great Comet's creator Dave Malloy sang "The Room Where It Happens," but chose to act it comedically as well. Okieriete Onaodowan, who is an original Hamilton cast member and will step into The Great Comet's leading role on July 7 opted for a mashup; he combined "Wait For It" with "Dust and Ashes," his aria from act one of The Great Comet.
4. Colin Donnell
Donnell, who is known for his roles as a regular on Chicago Med and on season one of Arrow, is also a Broadway actor. Here, he sings "Dear Theodosia" while accompanying himself on guitar.
5. Josh Groban
The self-proclaimed "theater kid" and world-famous singer was tagged by many people before he actually sat down to record his challenge. His choice, "Burn," was requested by Miranda after Groban asked for suggestions.
6. Ben Stiller
For his challenge, Stiller enlisted the help of his daughter, Ella. The two of them performed an excerpt from "Non Stop," Hamilton's act one finale. In it, Stiller plays the role of Burr, while Ella takes on Hamilton. It's the perfect mix of serious and silly.
7. "Weird" Al Yankovich
In typical "Weird Al" fashion, he put an interesting spin on "What Did I Miss?" by accompanying himself on the accordion and playing as he walks down a hallway.
8. The Cast of Come From Away
One of Broadway's biggest hits this season is Come From Away, the true story of the town of Gander, Newfoundland on and following the events of September 11, 2001.
Cast members from the show accepted the challenge with their own Gander twist: they called their song "Me and the Sky-ler Sisters" combining Hamilton's "The Schuyler Sisters" with Come From Away's showstopping "Me and the Sky."
9. Ingrid Michaelson
Michaelson, who just made her Broadway debut in The Great Comet, gets her own shoutout for her #Ham4All mashup. She used an app to record herself four times plus an accompaniment where she plays piano to sing parts of "That Would Be Enough" from Hamilton, and "Sonya Alone" from The Great Comet.
10. Cynthia Erivo
Rounding out this list is Erivo, who took Broadway by storm in 2015 and continued to gain recognition beyond Broadway. When Erivo sings, no matter what the song, it sounds like it was written just for her voice. Here, she lends her soulful voice to "Dear Theodosia."