YouTube/Hamilton the Musical
Jessica Derschowitz
January 16, 2016 AT 11:28 PM EST

Hamilton‘s free outdoor Ham4Ham performances may have officially moved online for the winter, but that doesn’t mean fans can’t still become part of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s world.

For the first digital Ham4Ham show, the Hamilton creator-star invited famed composer Alan Menken to take part in a medley of his hits from Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

According to the video’s description, the impromptu show at the Richard Rodgers Theatre wasn’t rehearsed at all: “We planned none of what you’re about to see, and it all happened in one take — Alan just said, ‘Let’s wing it.’ Enjoy!”

Hear them go through “Part of Your World,” “Poor Unfortunate Souls,” and more in the video above.

Hamilton made plans to move its ticket lotteries and shows online earlier this month, but on the first day the site crashed after more than 50,000 people tried to enter. Currently, the Broadway smash is still doing in-person ticket lotteries, though the Ham4Ham shows will now be online only for the time being. 

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