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I’m thrilled to announce I’ve partnered up with Omaze to offer you the chance to join me in NYC for a Broadway play and a glass of chardonnay. It’s bound to be a great evening, and I’d like you to be there.

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The important thing is that we’d get the chance to spend some time together, seeing a show and catching up on what we’ve been up to over the last few years. Hearing from you is as important to me as it ever was. And of course, we’ll cover travel and accommodations if you win — all you have to do is pick the show.

For just $10, you can make a difference in the future of our country and get a chance to share in one of my favorite pastimes. Enter right now for a chance to meet me in New York:


I hope to see you soon,

Hillary

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The Clintons attended a performance of Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song on Saturday.


At last night’s performance of Harvey Fierstein‘s Torch Song, the audience was surprised by a visit from Hillary and Bill Clinton. The pair entered, shaking the hands of audience members, who greeted them with a standing ovation.

Watch the video below to see the Clintons entering the theatre and taking their seats!

Harvey Fierstein‘s Torch Song officially opened on Thursday, November 1 at The Hayes Theater (240 West 44th Street).

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So strange that these are the demeanors of folks supporting Donald Trump at one of his rallies when he is the installed president presumably making all their dreams come true. Why are they so angry? They won, right? Shouldn’t they be happy?

The other question is: Why is Trump having rallies? There’s this N-word that has been floating around – not the one you think.

Whereas here is what the 22nd evening of protest at the Kremlin Annex in Moscow-on-the-Potomac looked like last night.

Rosie O’Donnell brought 55 Broadway performers with her to sing.

I should point out that these artists did this on the one night a week that they have off. Broadway shows do not run on Mondays because at least one weekend day and also on Wednesdays they do both a matinee and an evening performance. So they did this on their only night off. They also said they would be back on another Monday. Thank you! Profusely!

The other day, Brassy Rebel said in a comment that we are in the Upside Down. Protesters are partying nightly having a great time. Rally-goers on the prevailing side appear miserable and angry. So what’s up? And what’s down?

Can’t get to Moscow-on-the-Potomac for the protests? That’s OK. These nice folks will put your name on the Kremlin Annex Sign! Easy as one-two-three! Then you are represented. If you do get to visit, you can highlight your name on the sign.

Tune in tonight! It’s Robert Mueller’s birthday. There will be bagpipes! I hope there will also be drums!

I don’t know why I waited so long to post about this. I guess I thought people would know, but I discovered last night that a lot of people did not.  Also, it is not about Hillary. That’s OK. I think she has been there with us from the first night in spirit. It’s a happy, optimistic, inclusive spirit.  An American one.

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Hillary is doing a bit of a Broadway binge! She saw “The Children” on Wednesday. Last night she and Chelsea took in “John Lithgow: Stories by Heart.” Lithgow campaigned energetically for Hillary in the 2016 election. Hillary is very popular with Broadway audiences!

Three cheers for Hillary.

While President Trump dealt with another week of drama, Hillary Clinton enjoyed a stress-free and praise heavy night of theatre on Thursday.

Clinton, accompanied by her daughter Chelsea, attended “John Lithgow: Stories by Heart” at American Airlines Theatre. They were on a double-date with designer Dianne Von Furstenberg and her husband Barry Diller, we’re told.

Before the night was over, the applause meter registered a hat trick for the former First Lady.

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Hillary was at a Wednesday performance of the Manhattan Theatre Club’s production “The Children.”

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Hillary Clinton poses with the cast and crew backstage at the Manhattan Theatre Club’s ‘The Children”

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Hillary Clinton, MTC Artistic Director Lynne Meadow and Ellen Chesler pose backstage at the Manhattan Theatre Club’s “The Children”

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Deborah Findlay, Ron Cook, Hillary Clinton and Francesca Annis pose backstage at the Manhattan Theatre Club’s “The Children”

Here’s a peek!


Lucy Kirkwood’s The Children is a post-apocalyptic play—not that you would know from the outset. Set in a small cottage on Britain’s east coast, the space is almost inviting. There are wild flowers in milk bottles and candles in wine bottles. But Kirkwood’s stage directions hint at something more sinister: The room is at a slight tilt. This is because the land beneath it has eroded—in fact, the entire coast has been ravaged by a nuclear disaster caused by a nearby power plant, and in this tiny cottage, three of its former employees reunite to contemplate their part in this poisoned legacy.

The Children, which received an acclaimed production at London’s Royal Court last fall, debuts on Broadway in a co-production from the London theatre and Manhattan Theatre Club. The British cast, made up of Francesca Annis, Ron Cook, and Deborah Findlay, reprise their roles for the American premiere, directed once again by James Macdonald. For the three actors, it’s a welcome opportunity to return to a drama that is at once funny, disturbing, and moving. Above all, however, The Children is unpredictable.

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The Clintons were back on the Great White Way again last night! The Band’s Visit is a charming, feel-good story that is exactly what we need right now about an Egyptian police band accidentally stranded in an Israeli desert town. Tony Shaloub stars.

Hillary Clinton & Hubby Bill Check Out Performance of Broadway’s ‘The Band’s Visit’! 

Hillary Clinton & Hubby Bill Check Out Performance of Broadway's 'The Band's Visit'!

Broadway got a visit from some special guests last night (December 27)!

Hillary and Bill Clinton had themselves a night out with daughter Chelsea Clinton to check out a performance of the hit Broadway musical The Band’s Visit held at The Barrymore Theatre in New York City.

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Following the performance, Hillary and Bill made their way backstage to meet with the stars of the musical Tony Shalhoub and Katina Lenk, as well as the rest of the cast.

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A cast member, Ari’el Stachel, shared some photos on Instagram>>>>

 

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton Mezvinsky and Marc Mezvinsky pose with the cast backstage at the hit musical 'The Band's Visit' on Broadway at The Barrymore Theatre on December 27, 2017 in New York City.

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It was never a question of “if.” It was only a question of when the Clintons would see the Tony Award-winning show about the Oslo accords.

Hillary Clinton receives a standing ovation at Tony Award-winning show Oslo as she visits her second Broadway show with Bill in two weeks

  • Hillary and Bill Clinton went to see the Tony Award-winning play, Oslo, on Sunday
  • Crowd members shouted ‘We love you Hillary!’ and gave them a standing ovation
  • In June, the Clintons went to see a performance of the musical Come From Away
  • Come From Away was the couple’s first show together since the 2016 election 

Hillary and Bill Clinton received a standing ovation from the crowd of a Broadway show on Sunday as they settled in to their seats to see a performance of the Tony Award-winning play, Oslo.

As the couple walked into Vivian Beaumont Theatre in New York, crowd members shouted ‘We love you Hillary!’ while giving them a standing ovation.

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