John Malkovich returns to West End in David Mamet play inspired by Harvey Weinstein
John Malkovich is to make his first West End appearance in 30 years in a new work by David Mamet, inspired by disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
He will play a fictional Hollywood producer alongside comedian and actor Doon Mackichan in Mamet’s Bitter Wheat.
They are joined by Ioanna Kimbook, making her theatrical debut, with further casting to be announced.
Bitter Wheat runs at the Garrick Theatre from June 7 to September 14, with press night on June 19.
Mamet will also direct the play, which has set and costume design by Christopher Oram and lighting by Neil Austin.
Bitter Wheat is produced by Jeffrey Richards and Smith and Brant Theatricals.
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