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“Hamilton” audience members could be getting a very special treat in the future: Paul Rudd as Aaron Burr.

Brandon Victor Dixon, the current Burr in the Broadway hit, took a break from the stage to host Rudd’s fifth annual all-star bowling benefit in New York while the actor was stuck filming in Prague.

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According to a spy, Rudd joked via video message at the event that he “owed [Dixon] one and when he returns to New York, he will be happy to take over the role of Aaron Burr at any evening performance he likes, but not a matinee. He won’t do the matinees.”

Gilbert Gottfried, Caroline Rhea, Richard Kind and Kelli O’ Hara were also at the charity event.

Rudd, who hasn’t missed his own event in five years, is currently filming his new movie “Catcher Was a Spy” in Prague.

This article originally appeared on Page Six.