For Shia LaBeouf, the old adage is true -- actions actions speak louder than words (or tweets).
Despite his dramatic exit from the Broadway show "Orphans," LaBeouf was front row for a preview showing in New York City on Tuesday.
Witnesses tell omg! that LaBeouf made an incognito entrance for the 7:00 p.m. performance and took a seat in the front row. After the show, sources tell us that LaBeouf was one of the first on his feet giving a standing ovation, which appeared completely genuine.
When Ben Foster -- who replaced LaBeouf -- took his bow on stage, Shia appeared to clap the loudest.
The 26-year-old actor even tweeted Alec Baldwin about how much he enjoyed the show, along with a photo of his ticket.
— Shia LaBeouf (@thecampaignbook) March 27, 2013
LaBeouf quit "Orphans" last month after clashing with Baldwin, and then posted various email exchanges highlighting elements of the rather disagreeable situation..
Baldwin said he was "disappointed" with LaBeouf's behavior.
We think it's very cool that LaBeouf would show up to support the production despite the drama…and an injury! "The Company You Keep" actor hurt his foot in a kickboxing class and has been sporting a boot around NYC.
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