Hillary Clinton attended a Sunday matinee showing of "The Color Purple" on Broadway.
In stark contrast to what happened when Vice President-elect Mike Pence saw "Hamilton," Clinton, along with former President Bill and daughter Chelsea, got multiple standing ovations, The New York Times reports.
Hillary has mostly kept a low profile since losing the election, minus being caught on camera during a walk in the woods.
The people's President. Hillary tonight at the final performance of The Color Purple. pic.twitter.com/ph9Ju9uIm2— Ross Rodham (@OnceUponARoss) January 8, 2017
Here's a clip of the crowd's reactions.
Everyone had their cameras out.
There's a lot of really awesome famous and notable people here today. I'm not going to call all of them out. I know you already know them.
The final performance of the show, co-produced by Oprah Winfrey, had a star-studded audience, the Times reports. Jonathan Groff, Gayle King, Leslie Odom Jr. and Anna Wintour were also in attendance.
OH HILLARY CLINTON WAS AT THE COLOR PURPLE TODAY AND I SHOOK HER AND BILLS HAND THEYRE SO GRACIOUS & SUPPORT THEATRE WHY ISNT SHE PRESIDENT— Tyce (@tyce) January 9, 2017
Supporters were thrilled to see Clinton.
And some brought back an old campaign slogan.
By contrast, here's the speech Pence heard when he saw "Hamilton" last fall.