According to a patron seated in front of the Obamas at the evening performance of "Arthur Miller's The Price" at American Airlines Theatre on 42nd St., the former president and his daughter, 18, arrived discreetly and "came in and left when the lights were down."
Barack Obama just arrived in row just behind me for Broadway show. Performance is revival of Arthur Miller's "The Price."
Though the Obamas were virtually unnoticed during the show — even sticking around to join the standing O after — President Obama did get some cheers as he slipped out the stage door at the end of the evening:
The Roundabout Theatre Company, which is behind the acclaimed production, tweeted, "We are so honored to have had President @BarackObama in our theater this evening for #ThePriceBway!"
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Obama has been enjoying his NYC visit, People magazine reports, including a Thursday night dinner with Malia at Emilio's Ballato, a restaurant in Soho. He also received a boisterous reception while grabbing coffee Friday on Fifth Avenue: