Rep. Maxine Waters’ campaign committee reportedly paid $10,000 for tickets to Broadway smash hit “Hamilton” and wrote the payment off as a fundraiser expense.

Citizens for Waters paid for tickets on Aug. 26, according to a Federal Election Commission report of receipts and disbursements.

A representative of the California Democrat, a strident opponent of President Trump, did not immediately return a request for comment from the Washington Examiner about the disclosure.

Inquiries made to Ticket Fulfillment Services LP, the recipient listed on the form, were also not immediately responded to.

Citizens for Waters raised a total of $954,948 and spent $1.05 million to re-elect Waters — a member of the U.S. Congress since 1991 — as of Dec. 1 2016, per Inside Gov.

“Hamilton” creater Lin-Manuel Miranda has been linked to various Democratic and progressive causes in the past.

The cast of the musical famously addressed Vice President Mike Pence when he attended a performance just after the Nov. 8, 2016, elections.