For Broadway audiences, she’s become a familiar sight — and another reason to applaud.
In many ways she is the typical Broadway audience member: a woman of a certain age, affluent and highly educated, living in suburban New York.
But there’s one big difference: She was almost president of the United States.
In the weeks since losing the election, Hillary Clinton has gone to four Broadway shows — often enough that industry wags joke about making her a Tony voter. And she’s even been spotted at theater district haunts — last week, just before seeing a revival of…