'Thank you for hearing me, it's so much better not to sit alone': Uma Thurman shares poignant image after calling out Harvey Weinstein

She's thrown herself into work since breaking her silence against disgraced Harvey Weinstein last week.

And Uma Thurman shared a poignant black and white Instagram image as she applied her make-up backstage at the Hudson Theater in New York on Monday evening.

The actress, 47, thanked fans 'for hearing me' ahead of her Broadway performance of The Parisian Woman and said it is 'so much better not to sit alone'.?

'It's so much better not to sit alone': Uma Thurman shared a poignant black and white image as she applied her make-up backstage at the Hudson Theater in New York on Monday evening

'It's so much better not to sit alone': Uma Thurman shared a poignant black and white image as she applied her make-up backstage at the Hudson Theater in New York on Monday evening

The post came just days after Thurman shared a somber post on social media speaking out against the shamed producer, who is accused of sexual harassment by scores of women in the industry.??

In the new shot, the Pulp Fiction star sat in front of a large mirror with make-up strewn about the counter of her dressing room.

'Sitting alone in the hudson theater, painting my face,' Thurman captioned the simple photo.

'Thank you for hearing me, it's so much better not to sit alone. a new feeling. I am so grateful.'?

Strong:?The actress, 47, thanked fans 'for hearing me' ahead of her Broadway performance of The Parisian Woman and said it is 'so much better not to sit alone'

Strong:?The actress, 47, thanked fans 'for hearing me' ahead of her Broadway performance of The Parisian Woman and said it is 'so much better not to sit alone'

The mother-of-three had been relatively quiet about the allegations against the infamous producer during the last few months, until she showed her cards in a brave Thanksgiving Day post.

'I am grateful today, to be alive, for all those I love, and for all those who have the courage to stand up for others,' she wrote underneath a black-and-white image of herself portraying The Bride in Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill: Vol. 1.

'I said I was angry recently, and I have a few reasons, #metoo, in case you couldn’t tell by the look on my face.'

'I am grateful today, to be alive': Thurman shared a lengthy post on Thanksgiving with a dig at shamed Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein at the end

'I am grateful today, to be alive': Thurman shared a lengthy post on Thanksgiving with a dig at shamed Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein at the end

Love lost: Harvey and Uma worked on many movies together, including a host of Quentin Tarantino films (pictured in New York in February 2016)

Love lost: Harvey and Uma worked on many movies together, including a host of Quentin Tarantino films (pictured in New York in February 2016)

She then wrote: 'I feel it’s important to take your time, be fair, be exact, so... Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! (Except you Harvey, and all your wicked conspirators - I’m glad it’s going slowly - you don’t deserve a bullet)'?

The actress then signed off by telling everyone to 'stay tuned.'??

Thurman has worked alongside Tarantino and Weinstein in at least three of their films - Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Kill Bill: Vol. 2 and Pulp Fiction.?

That film starred another woman who came forward to revealed she was a victim of Weinstein, Daryl Hannah.?

Just days before Thurman's post went live, Deadline reported that the actress had parted ways with Creative Artists Agency after two years with the firm.?

Trouble: Kill Bill starred another woman who came forward to revealed she was a victim of Weinstein, Daryl Hannah (Thurman and Weinstein pictured in Los Angeles in 2004)

Trouble: Kill Bill starred another woman who came forward to revealed she was a victim of Weinstein, Daryl Hannah (Thurman and Weinstein pictured in Los Angeles in 2004)

Star power: Uma portrayed a sword-wielding assassin, The Bride, in Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill: Vol. 1, which was produced by Harvey Weinstein's Miramax

Star power: Uma portrayed a sword-wielding assassin, The Bride, in Quentin Tarantino's 2003 film Kill Bill: Vol. 1, which was produced by Harvey Weinstein's Miramax

No reason was given for the actress' unceremonious split, and Thurman has yet to sign with another agency.??

Darryl Hannah noted that it was while promoting Kill Bill Vol. 2 that the alleged misconduct occurred with Weinstein, saying when she refused his advances while they were in Rome she was booted from the press trip as the cast traveled to Cannes.

Hannah said that Weinstein at one point burst into her hotel room in Rome, telling the New Yorker in an interview: 'And I know with every fibre of my being that if my male makeup artist was not in that room, things would not have gone well.?

'It was scary.'

Later that night he asked to feel or at least see one of her breasts, which she refused over and over again claims Hannah.

The next morning she said she found out she had been kicked off the trip, and said she called Tarantino personally to complain.

Tarantino has since said he regrets not speaking out earlier about Weinstein, adding that while he did not know the full extent of his offenses that is no excuse.?

Standing tall: Just days before Thurman's post went live, Deadline reported that the actress had parted ways with Creative Artists Agency after two years with the firm (pictured in June)

Standing tall: Just days before Thurman's post went live, Deadline reported that the actress had parted ways with Creative Artists Agency after two years with the firm (pictured in June)

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