Hillary Clinton’s Busy Weekend: An FBI Interview and a Broadway Show

The latest in the email server controversy.

The former Secretary of State met with the FBI on Saturday morning and "gave a voluntary interview" that was "about her email arrangements," according to a statement from her spokesman Nick Merrill.

An aide to Clinton said the interview lasted about three and a half hours at the FBI headquarters in Washington D.C.

Clinton called into "Meet the Press" a few hours later and said that the interview was civil and business-like.

"It was something I had offered to do since last August. I have been eager to do it," she told "Meet the Press." "I was pleased to have the opportunity to assist the department in bringing its review to a conclusion."

Some attendees -- including New York state Senator Adriano Espaillat who was seated with the Clintons -- shared pictures of the first couple at the play.

Saturday wasn't their first time seeing the Tony-winning play, as they were also able to catch it when it was showing at the Public Theater before it moved to Broadway.

Clinton will host a special performance of the show next week as a fundraiser for her campaign.