It's not everyday that a future vice president watches you perform on stage. For the cast of the hit musical play "Hamilton," they had their chance to address Mike Pence while he was just a few feet away.

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It was less than two weeks ago when the mainstream media and the majority of pollsters were proven wrong when they predicted an easy victory for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The dream of the first female commander in chief was not to be as Donald Trump found a way to come out on top, despite losing the popular vote by over one million votes. With Trump as the new president-elect, that means his running mate, Mike Pence, will be new vice president.

In recent days, Pence has led the Trump transition team as they finalize the make-up of the future cabinet and administration. In an attempt to take a break from the chaos, Pence skipped out to attend a performance of "Hamilton," but it didn't end how they planned, as reported by CNN on November 19.

As Pence made his way to his seat, video footage that has since gone viral on the internet showed the vice president-elect getting loud boos from the audience. After the negative response died down and the show was over, the cast came out during the curtain call and delivered a special message.

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“We have a guest in the audience this evening. Vice President-elect Pence I see you walking out, but I hope you will hear us just a few more moments," actor Brandon Victor Dixon said, before informing the audience "there's nothing to boo here." Dixon welcomed Pence to the show, and encouraged the audience to pull out their cameras and phones. "We sir, we are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, out children, our parents or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights, sir," Dixon went on to say.

Dixon said he hoped Pence was inspired by the show's message, and concluded his statement, "We truly hope that you heard our message sir, because you all represent all of us." "Hamilton" has become one of the most successful musicals in recent history, bringing in 11 Tony Awards earlier this year.

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With the entertainment behind him, Mike Pence will make his way back to the transition team. In recent days, Trump has announced RNC Chair Reince Priebus as his new Chief of Staff, while adding the controversial Steve Bannon of Breitbart News as his Chief Strategist. Sen. Jeff Sessions has been nominated to become the next Attorney General, with more names to be announced in the coming days.