NEW YORK (Reuters) – British singer Keira Knightley will make her Broadway entrance subsequent year in a new instrumentation of “Therese Raquin,” formed on a novel by Emile Zola.
Knightley, who was nominated for a best singer Oscar in 2006 for her opening in “Pride Prejudice,” will start previews of a play consecrated by Roundabout Theatre Company subsequent year on Oct. 1, with a central opening set for Oct. 29.
The 29-year-old star done her melodramatic entrance in London’s West End in 2009 in “The Misanthrope” and some-more recently seemed in Lillian Hellman’s “The Children’s Hour.”
The full expel for “Therese Raquin,” that is about a lady trapped in a loveless matrimony who starts a ardent event with her husband’s friend, will be announced shortly.
The play will be a initial prolongation in a 50th anniversary deteriorate of a Roundabout Theatre Company.
(Reporting by Patricia Reaney; Editing by Leslie Adler; Editing by Eric Kelsey)