Jolie-Pitt Clan Takes on Broadway
By PopEater Staff Posted Jan 4th 2010 07:25AM
Braving the bone-chilling cold of New York City this weekend, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt took their eldest four kids to see a production of 'Mary Poppins' on Broadway. One-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne, presumably too young for the weather and the venue, stayed at home. The entire family is enjoying New York while Jolie finishes shooting 'Salt,' and Maddox, Zahara, Pax, and Shiloh reaped the benefits of the Great White Way on Sunday afternoon.
Though the Jolie-Pitt family was ushered into the theater by security for the matinee performance, the family attended the show like any other. In November, Angelina and Brad left the kids at home for a less-normal date night - the two A-listers had a private viewing at the Museum of Contemporary Art's 30th anniversary gala.
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