You may have seen it in theaters, on TV, or on your phone, but the Broadway cast and crew have never played the show live before.

Now, they’re doing it for you. 

The live stream starts at 9 p.m.

ET on Sunday, September 25.

It will stream over YouTube, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, with the most recent version coming on September 27.

You can also watch it via the web, or if you’re feeling brave, stream it on your TV via the Xbox One and PlayStation Vue app.

Here are the highlights from the show’s live stream. 

What to expect in the show, then? 

A bunch of Broadway musicals, including the newest and most popular ones, will be performing in the theater. 

There will also be performances of a few classic Broadway shows, including “The Nutcracker,” “Twelfth Night,” “The Lion King,” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

The new show is also expected to have its own live stream, though it may take a few hours to show up. 

The show will be playing in theaters around the world, but you can check out the official synopsis here.

Watch the show in HD. 

Here’s what you need to know about the show and its live stream: There are six new songs in the new show: “A Midnight’s Dream” is the new theme song. 

“The NutCracker” is a new song.

“Moby Dick” is “The Last Waltz.” 

“Baba O’Riley” is an original song.

“Auld Lang Syne” is one of two original songs. 

It’s the first time “Auld Logan” has appeared in the live stream since 2013. 

 The “Hamilton” cast and creative team will be joined by the Broadway world for the live broadcast. 

And, as always, you can stream the show at the hulu.com/hamiltoncast . 

For more information, visit hulusoftheday.com. 

For a full list of participating theater chains, visit hulu.tv/hamiltons. 

This story has been updated to reflect the fact that this show is streaming online, rather than on television, and to note that there are no guarantees that the stream will be available online.