Barack Obama and Malia spotted out in NYC

After a nice Italian dinner on Thursday and a rock star's welcome from the public Friday afternoon, Barack Obama continued his post-vacation jaunt around NYC—and he took teen Malia along for the ride.

On Friday night, the two were spotted at a performance of the current Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's play The Price. The show stars Danny DeVito and Mark Ruffalo, which made for a pretty decent photo op afterward — one of those rare ones where all parties involved are excited to be meeting a celebrity.

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Malia reportedly wants to be a filmmaker, so perhaps this was also a preliminary casting call. (Danny DeVito appears to be in the lead so far, yes?)

And by the looks of Twitter, the father-daughter duo was able to attend the show itself relatively unnoticed—except, of course, by the New York Times reporter sitting directly in front of them.

It certainly doesn't seem like anyone booed them. In fact, people cheered as they exited the theater. Interesting!

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