ABC News reports:
Former FBI director James Comey attended a Broadway musical matinee in Washington Saturday, marking his first prominent public appearance since being dismissed Tuesday by President Trump. Comey and wife Patrice attended the afternoon performance of “Fun Home,” a Broadway musical currently on tour across the country, at the National Theater. “Fun Home” is a true story about cartoonist Alison Bechedel, who explores her own sexuality as a lesbian, and the suicide of her father, who led a gay, closeted life. It won a Tony Award in 2015 for best new musical.
The Comeys reportedly bought the tickets months ago upon the urging of their daughter. They were seen wiping tears from their eyes at the end of the show.
— Fun Home (@funhomemusical) May 13, 2017