Huma Abedin attends Broadway premiere of ‘The Wiz’ without billionaire beau Alex Soros

Huma Abedin attends Broadway premiere of ‘The Wiz’ without billionaire beau Alex Soros

Perhaps their romance isn’t ready for the big stage?

After cozying up together on Valentine’s Day in Paris, France, Democratic political player Huma Abedin and her billionaire boyfriend, Alex Soros, continue to keep their relationship out of the spotlight back home.

Abedin attended the opening night of “The Wiz” on Broadway on Wednesday night, but Soros — the son of investor George Soros — was nowhere in sight, we hear. Though insiders say they’re still an item.

Abedin shocked political insiders when she posed in a pic with Soros on Valentine’s Day. X/@humaabedin

Sources spotted Abedin at the show — which stars Wayne Brady, Deborah Cox and Broadway newcomer Nichelle Lewis as Dorothy — but we’re told she was there hanging with her former boss, Hillary Clinton.

The very private longtime aide to the former Secretary of State uncharacteristically made her relationship with the liberal megadonor public by posting a photo of them cuddled up in a Parisian restaurant.

High society insiders told Page Six at the time they were surprised by the public Instagram post, and those who already knew about the romance were asked to keep it quiet, we were told.

We haven’t seen the pair together since, but a source tells us they are still seeing each other.

Spies spotted Abedin with Hillary Clinton at the show. WireImage

Abedin has continued to hit the social circuit solo, though.

She gathered with girlfriends earlier this month to celebrate Lauren Wesley Wilson’s new book, “What Do You Need,” at L’Avenue at Saks Fifth Avenue.

On Thursday, she got dressed in green — per the night’s theme — for the return of “The Wiz” to Broadway.

Tamron Hall followed the show’s theme of green or yellow. Getty Images Stephanie Mills was Dorothy in the original version of the show. Getty Images

An insider told us the theme of the night was to wear green for Emerald City, or yellow for the yellow brick road.

Among other VIPs, Tamron Hall also wore green, while Stephanie Mills — who played Dorothy in the original Broadway production — wore yellow, as did Meena Harris and Abedin’s close pal, Clinton.

Ever the fashion rebel, Anna Wintour opted for a combination of yellow and orange.

Anna Wintour was spotted in the audience with daughter Bee Shaffer, and Amber Ruffin. WireImage

Original cast members Dede Bridgewater, Andre DeShields and Melba Moore were also in attendance.

Mills led a standing ovation after Lewis performed the closing number, “Home.”

Guests later ended up at the Hard Rock Café for an afterparty, we hear.