Odds & Ends: Jeremy Irvine Set for Buried Child & More

January 18, 2021

first_img Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Jeremy Irvine Set for West End’s Buried ChildScreen favorite Jeremy Irvine (Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, The Railway Man, Stonewall) will make his West End debut as Vince in Sam Shepard’s Buried Child. As previously reported, Ed Harris and Amy Madigan will reprise their performances from the New York production in the London transfer, which is set to play a limited engagement November 14 through February 18, 2017. Opening night is scheduled for December 1. Scott Elliott once again directs the New Group revival of the painfully funny family drama, which casts a brutal light on disenfranchised Americans.Comedy Central to Air Lewis Black’s Broadway ShowCan’t get to Broadway to see Lewis Black’s latest show? Never fear, Comedy Central will film his performance of Lewis Black: Black to the Future at the Marquis Theatre on September 26. The one-hour politically-themed special is slated to premiere on October 7.Davenport Theatre Switches It UpName change! After weeks of major renovations, the Davenport Theatre Black Box is now remodeled and renamed The Loft at the Davenport Theatre. The intimate off-Broadway space has a flexible seating capacity of up to 99. The first production scheduled to run at the renovated venue is A Dog Story, which begins previews on November 3.Joshua Henry Proves His Love for the 1980sWe’re loving Joshua Henry’s #HamJams from the Windy City. Check out the latest from the Chicago company of Hamilton showing the classic rock band Chicago some love. Next up, we expect a rendition of “All That Jazz!” Happy Flashback Friday! Jeremy Irvine(Photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images) P.S. Slight date switcheroo for the buzzy La La Land, starring Broadway alum Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling; the film will now debut in limited theaters on December 9 (instead of December 2). Wide release is still planned for December 16, Deadline writes.center_img View Commentslast_img

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