Kanye West appeared in Broadway’s Slave Play with Julia Fox. After the show ended, the two had dinner at Carbone in downtown Manhattan with their friends and playwright Jeremy O.Harris.
Julia Fox and Kanye West, who had a great night together at the theater, enjoyed watching Tony Award-nominated Slave Play on Tuesday with a group of friends at the August Wilson Theater on Broadway, PEOPLE reported.
After the curtain fell, he and the cast of the play by Jeremy O. Harris attended dinner at Carbone, a restaurant in Greenwich Village. “[Kanye] loved the show,” according to a source for PEOPLE. “He’s a fan of Jeremy, so he flew in to see the play and came with friends.” said.
The same source adds that Kanye West, who arrived on time to watch the theater and sat next to Julia Fox to watch the show, looked very happy.
Slave Play, which will continue to meet with its audience at the August Wilson Theater until January 23, also has the privilege of being the most nominated play in the history of the Tony Awards, with 12 nominations.
PEOPLE’s source, “Kanye was highly complimentary of the play after the show. He asked to stay and meet the cast and stayed as long as the theater could stay open. Jeremy was very excited,” the source continues, adding that the rapper and the Slave Play author are “super buddy-buddy.”
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