Not even Leo DiCaprio gets a pass from famously tough producer Scott Rudin.

The actor turned up a few minutes late to Broadway’s “A Doll’s House, Part 2” — which just got eight Tony nominations — and was seated in the rear balcony of the Golden Theatre, where seats go for an affordable $59 on weeknights.

The Oscar winner wasn’t being thrifty — because he was late, he wasn’t allowed to go to his prime orchestra seats. “Rudin is very strict about late seating,” a theater source said. “There are no exceptions, and the house manager implements Rudin’s policy with the precision of Gen. Patton.”

Leo led the standing ovation up in the balcony.

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