Los Angeles, March 28 (IANS) Shia Labeouf put his differences with his former theatre co-star Alec Baldwin behind him by attending the first preview performance of the play they were due to appear in together.
"The Transformers" actor dropped out of Broadway play "Orphans" in February this year and he subsequently went public with e-mail correspondence between Baldwin, director Daniel Sullivan and playwright Lyle Kessler in a bid to explain his sudden decision to leave the production, reports contactmusic.com.
The move appeared to infuriate Baldwin, who seemingly suggested LaBeouf is not cut out for theatre work during a recent interview.
However, LaBeouf, who was replaced by "3:10 to Yuma" actor Ben Foster in the show, appeared to prove the feud is over by attending the first preview of the play at Manhattan's Schoenfeld Theatre.
The actor sat in the first row for last Tuesday's (March 19) performance and was seen giving the cast a standing ovation at the end of the play.
"Orphans" will officially open April 18.