"Transformers" star Shia LaBeouf didn't get to see how "Cabaret" ended when he was arrested last week during a Broadway performance of the musical.
LaBeouf was released from jail on Friday after causing a disturbance during the show the night before, where he allegedly stood up in the middle of the show and started yelling at the actors on stage.
After screaming at a security guard, he was taken into custody and ranted incoherently, police said, threatening the officers and using offensive language.
Liza Minnelli's rep Scott Gorenstein decided to help LaBeouf out and sent the "Fury" actor, 28, a DVD of his client's 1972 film adaptation of "Cabaret." Minnelli, 68, won an Oscar for playing Sally Bowles in the film.
"I figured he may want to find out how it ends," Gorenstein told ABC News.
LaBeouf faces charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing and is due back in court in July.