Malia Obama
Malia Obama attends her first State Dinner in honor of Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau at the White House, March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Former President Barack Obama’s older daughter Malia Obama was photographed attending a performance of Broadway play “Sweeney Todd.” The teen is currently interning for Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein in New York City.

The picture, in which Malia is seen with the cast, was shared on the official Instagram account of “Sweeney Todd.”

Last month, the 18-year-old was spotted with her father attending the performance of “The Price.” The former first family is reported to have attended several Broadway plays, including "Hamilton," "A Raisin in the Sun," "Joe Turner's Come and Gone," "Memphis" and "Kinky Boots."

Meanwhile, a recent report by Naughty Gossip said Malia had turned down several modeling offers.

“Malia has a model body that would be great for runways. She has been offered several opportunities to model but turned them all down. She wants to be behind the camera, not in front of it,” sources told Naughty Gossip. “She loves the film and TV business and loves reading scripts. She will leave the modeling to Kendall Jenner. She has zero interest of being famous like her dad.”

Malia’s mother and former first lady Michelle Obama had previously said the teen is looking for a career in the film industry. Malia, who has taken a gap year, interned with the HBO show “Girls” in 2015. She will be attending Harvard University this fall.

Meanwhile, Malia’s father is enjoying his time as a private citizen. He is currently vacationing in French Polynesia. Prior to this, he was seen having dinner at Noi Thai Cuisine at Honolulu's Royal Hawaiian Center with his half sister Maya Soetoro-Ng and friends.

Barack Obama was "very friendly and down to earth, as well as very cool," the restaurant's general manager, Ying Rosawan, reportedly said. "We wanted President Obama and his party to have a nice, quiet dinner at Noi Thai. We did our best to keep it under wraps the whole day -- even diners on the other side of the restaurant had no idea the president was eating here. Only a handful of people knew he was coming. We only told our staff just before he came. In the end, it was so worth it, and we really hope to see him on his next visit back home to Hawaii."