Out actor Neil Patrick Harris doesn't think the cast of Hamilton should apologize to Vice President-elect Mike Pence.

The cast was prompted to address Pence at curtain call by boos he received from the audience as he made his way to his seat.

Flanked by the cast, Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr in the play, pleaded with Pence to uphold “our inalienable rights” and “our American values.”

While Pence on Sunday praised the show and said that he was not offended, President-elect Donald Trump blasted the cast, demanding an apology.

“Our wonderful future V.P. Mike Pence was harassed last night at the theater by the cast of Hamilton, cameras blazing,” Trump tweeted. “Apologize!”

Trump later told reporters that the cast was “very inappropriate.”

“When you're in the political spectrum and you go around on purpose proclaiming things, then karmically you may have to observe people who represent the things he's against,” Harris told Vulture. “I didn't find what was said [by the Hamilton cast] at all offensive or mean. In fact, their quieting people's boos and their thinking about ways to articulate themselves effectively is a much different engagement than if they were just insulting someone. I know that [creator Lin-Manual Miranda] and that cast are intelligent and respectful and use their words with great intention. And so I think what was said was effective. I do worry about a president-elect demanding an apology from people speaking their opinions.”