Theatrical productions in London are based on Weird things It announced its staff and set dates for the start of previews and its official opening.
Stranger Things: The First Shadow, a prequel to the hit Netflix film set in 1959, will begin previews on November 17 at the Phoenix Theater in London’s West End, with an opening scheduled for December 14. Stephen Daldry with co-director Justin Martin is in the works.
“It’s a pleasure to discover a world Stranger Things: The First Shadow “With our hugely talented cast and watching the chemistry between our entire company grow as we explore this new play together,” Daldry and Martin said in a statement. “They are an extraordinarily talented group of actors, and we can’t wait to share this origin story with audiences.”
First shadow Stars Sean O’Toole, Christopher Buckley, Michael Gibson, Oscar Lloyd, Louis McCartney, Isabella Pappas, Patrick Vie, Lauren Ward and Ella Karuna-Williams. The band also includes Kimmy Odero, Chase Brown, Amar Dufus, Jill Geary, Florence Jay, Max Harwood, Matthew Pidgeon, Callum Ross, Maisie Norma Seaton, Tricia Adele Turner, Lauren Arney, Rhea Naomi Brown, Patricia Castro, Lydia Fraser. Isaac Green, Mark Hammersley, Tom Peters, Kingdom Sibanda, Tiana Simone, Danny Sykes and Misha Turner.
“Crew of Stranger Things: The First Shadow “Nothing less than exceptional,” he said. Weird things Creators Matt and Ross Duffer. “These actors brilliantly explore the early days of many fan-favorite characters – including Hopper, Joyce, Bob, Henry and Dr. Brenner – while also bringing new characters to vivid life. We couldn’t be more thrilled and can’t wait for you to meet them all live on stage.” See you in London, nerds!
Play tagline: “Hawkins, 1959: An ordinary town with regular concerns. Young Jim Hopper (Lloyd)’s car won’t start, Bob Newby’s (Buckley) sister (Williams) won’t take his radio show seriously, and Joyce Maldonado (Pappas) just wants to graduate and get out.” From the city.When new student Henry Creel (McCartney) arrives, his family finds that a new beginning is not so easy… and that the shadows of the past are very far-reaching.
Netflix announced the stage production, its first stab at live theatre, in July 2022 and is presenting the play alongside Sonia Friedman Productions. Telfrey, a writer and executive producer on the television series, wrote the play from a story by the Duffer brothers, Jack Thorne and Telfrey. The Duffers are creative producers, and Weird things EP Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps Entertainment is co-producer.
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