Rowdy Theatergoers Tossed From Uma Thurman's Broadway Present

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These boo birds are fortunate that Uma Thurman wasn’t in “Kill Invoice” mode over the weekend.

An unruly pair of theatergoers was booted from Broadway’s Hudson Theatre on Saturday evening, the place Thurman and an understudy have been compelled to cope with an unwelcome distraction throughout a efficiency of “The Parisian Girl.”

A supply on the star-studded present watched in dismay as a pair of rubes within the second row yelled at Uma Thurman and Sydney Lemmon, who was filling in for actress Phillipa Soo, throughout a scene with gay undertones involving the 2 performers.

“They seemed tough,” in response to an viewers member, who watched as a person who’d been yelling on the stage was bounced by safety. A couple of minutes later, about 80 minutes into the 90-minute present, his feminine companion, who was additionally speaking on the performers, was escorted onto W. 44th St.

We’re advised that the banished pair had been “rumbling and grumbling” all through the present, which has an anti-President Trump message. It was our insider’s impression that the continued jeering coincided with scenes that took jabs on the White Home, although the antagonists weren’t very articulate. A number of sources affirm that the pair gave the impression to be intoxicated.

“They seemed like the type of people that get two-for-one tickets and wish to be within the entrance row,” sniffed our insider.

When ushers and safety guards got here right down to take away the rabble-rousers, the agitators appeared confused.

“They appeared stunned they have been being thrown out,” in response to our insider. “It’s like they thought they have been at a wrestling match.”

In keeping with our insider, the performers on stage appeared unrattled by the sideshow within the crowd and stored the viewers absolutely engaged.

“The dialogue is quick and witty and intelligent and also you’re paying consideration,” mentioned our theater fan, who known as the transient interruption “alarming.”

A rep for the present confirms couple that had been inflicting hassle — and had “shouted” at a fellow viewers member who’d requested them to be quiet — obliged when theater safety requested them to go away.

With Brian Niemietz

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