In a Forest Dark and Deep, Vaudeville Theatre, London

Posted by Glennis Byron on February 26, 2011 in News tagged with , , , ,

If you still haven’t had enough of Matthew Fox, star of Lost, an opportunity to see him in his West End debut in the world premiere of a play by Neil LaBute. In a Forest Dark and Deep sounds like a potentially interesting gothic fairytale. Fox and Olivia Williams are Bobby and Betty, a brother and sister who meet to clear out Betty’s cottage in the woods. Here’s the description from the official website:

On a dark and story night, all Bobby thought he was doing was helping his sister Betty clear out her cottage in the forest. But in this cabin of lies nothing is as it seems and truth refuses to be packed away. What is she hiding? Does he really want to find out?  A dark comedy of sibling rivalry escalates into a psychological thriller bursting with savage conflict.

The play has a limited season to 4 June, and will begin at the Vaudeville theatre following An Ideal Husband which ends its run on 19 February.

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