The former Secretary of State and her longtime aide had not been seen together in months, but they were both on hand for the premiere of the Network, the adaptation of the Oscar-winning film starring Bryan Cranston.
Clinton and Abedin sat side-by-side in the theater but were careful not to be photographed together while entering or leaving the Belasco Theater.
They were not the only stars in attendance either, with Vogue editrix Anna Wintour, Tony-winning actor Nathan Lane and Al Roker also on hand for opening night.
Roker brought along Today producer Libby Leist as his date while Wintour was snapped by one theatergoer standing solo by the will-call window typing away on her iPhone.
Abedin, outfitted in a $2750 Michael Kors coat, meanwhile was seen posing with Tony Goldwyn and Josh Charles at the afterparty while Clinton greeted gospel singer Bebe Winnans with a big hug.
Reunited: Hillary Clinton (above) and Huma Abedin attended the Broadway premiere of Network on Thursday night in New York City
Money moves: Abedin (above) wore at $2750 Michael Kors coat for her night out
Friend: The pair sat together in the theater but were careful not to be photographed entering or leaving the venue as they both walked the red carpet alone (Clinton inside with producer David Binder)
Scandal: Abedin reunited with her friend and one of the playe’s stars Tony Goldwyn at the afterparty (Goldwyn, Abedin and Josh Charles above)
Goldwyn is one of the stars of the new play alongside Cranston and Tatiana Maslany.
He and Abedin have been friends for years, and were previously spotted together on a trip to Disneyland back in 2016.
That outing led to speculation that the two were perhaps more than friends, which Goldwyn’s wife of 30 years was quick to shoot down.
Clinton meanwhile was not spotted with her husband Bill, who she had been with just a few days earlier at the funeral of George H.W. Bush.
The two frequently attend the theater together, and just kicked off a speaking tour last month, which is set to resume in April.
The former president has been keeping a low profile however in the wake of his former mistress Monica Lewinsky finally speaking out about their affair in the A&E docuseries The Clinton Affair.
Vogue: Anna Wintour (above on right) was also among the guests spotted at the opening of the play, based on the Oscar-winning film
The nance: Tony-winning actor Nathan Lane (above) was also on hand to support the play’s stars Bryan Cranston and Tatiana Maslany
Thespians: Broadway star and Today host Al Roker (above with Today producer Libby Leist) had a bit part in the production during one scene, when Cranston came out into the audience
Abedin joined Clinton in Bill’s place though, just a few days after enjoying dinner with Georgina Chapman.
The embattled exes met up for a two-hour dinner at Tamarind, the Tribeca eatery which is located just one block from the former offices of The Weinstein Company.
It was a solemn meal for the two according to one eyewitness, and DailyMail.com obtained exclusive photos of the moment the two said farewell after dinner before going on their separate ways.
Chapman was outfitted in a Gucci dress from the 2017 pre-Fall collection while Abedin carried a monogramed Dior bag.
Once they said farewell Chapman scurried off to her waiting SUV while her driver stepped out and waited with Abedin until her Uber arrived outside the restaurant.