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Hillary Clinton saw 'The Color Purple' on Broadway and got a standing ovation

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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.

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.
Patrice Covington, 'The Color Purple' actress

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. 

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.

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