CHICAGO (WLS) --An audience member at "Hamilton" in Chicago was arrested for a wild outburst Saturday night, police said.
An eyewitness told ABC7 that a man became agitated at a performance after a song that included the line, "Immigrants: We get the job done."
The witness said the man started yelling curses at anyone who didn't vote for President-elect Donald Trump. He was asked to leave, but he refused, so police arrested him.
Police identified the man as John Palmer. He has been charged with a misdemeanor.
The incident comes after Vice President-elect Mike Pence attended a performance of "Hamilton" on Broadway. Cast members directed a statement at Pence and President-elect Donald Trump on Twitter called on the cast to apologize.
An actor for the Broadway production of Hamilton responded, "There's nothing to apologize for."