Bill and Hillary Clinton stepped out on Broadway last night and were greeted with a raucous ovation and chants of "Hillary, Hillary!"

The former first couple attended a performance of the new a cappella musical "In Transit," then went backstage to meet the cast. 

Mrs. Clinton later told supporters there to "find some good ways to stand up against what's going on."

"We can't stop standing up for what we believe in and what we care about," she said.

A cast member, Telly Leung, posted some of her remarks on Instagram.

The reaction is a far cry from what Vice President Mike Pence experienced shortly after the presidential election.

Pence and his family were booed and jeered by the crowd as they attended a performance of the hit musical "Hamilton" in November.

After the show, cast member Brandon Dixon directed a statement at Pence, saying that the diverse cast was “anxious” about the new administration.

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