Matthew Broderick to make West End debut in The Starry Messenger
Matthew Broderick is to make his West End debut in The Starry Messenger by Kenneth Lonergan.
The show will be directed by Sam Yates and also stars Elizabeth McGovern.
The Starry Messenger will play at Wyndham’s Theatre from May 16, with a press night on May 29.
It will run for 13 weeks, and has set and costume design by Chiara Stephenson, with sound and music by Alex Baranowski.
The Starry Messenger is produced by Simon Friend, Act Productions, Gavin Kalin and Howard Panter.
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