Madhouse, Starring David Harbour Set For West End Opening in 2022

Making his debut in the West End next summer will be the Tony-nominated actor David Harbour, who is to star in Madhouse, Theresa Rebeck’s new play at the Ambassadors Theatre which will begin performances in June according to a tweet from Daily Mail entertainment reporter Baz Bamigboye.

David Harbour is probably best known for playing the role of Jim Hopper in the Netflix TV series, 'Stranger Things'.  The actor has received both Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for his performance in the show and his Broadway credits also include the 2005 production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? which earned Harbour a Tony nomination for 'Best Featured Actor in a Play'.

Madhouse will reunite playwright Theresa Rebeck with director Moritz von Stuelpnagel.  The pair have collaborated previously on plays in New York, including 'Seared' and 'Bernhardt/Hamlet'.

Von Stuelpnagel's has previous directorial credits that include the 2016 Olivier-nominated production of 'Hand to God' which showcased at the Vaudeville Theatre.

Further casting and creative team members for Madhouse are set to be announced in due course.

Performances of Madhouse will play at the Ambassadors Theatre.

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