Debbie Chazen to star in ‘Irrelevant’ at Seven Dials Playhouse

The play runs for three weeks in January.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Debbie Chazen will star in the one-woman play, Irrelevant. Irrelevant is at Seven Dials Playhouse from 9 to 28 January.

Chazen will play Millie Grable, a budding Hollywood actress who finds herself as one of LA’s top agents. In her new position, she lives her dreams of stardom through her clients, but the world catches up with her.

Keith Merrill writes and directs the play, with co-direction and composition by Guillermo Názara and lighting design by Alistair Lindsay.

Debbie Chazen last starred in The Girls, a musical based on Calendar Girls, at the Phoenix Theatre. Her television credits include Sherlock, Holby City, and Trollied.

The production is from Le Gallienne Theatre, a company inspired by the pioneering work from Eva Le Gallienne and queer actress Leonora Duse.

Irrelevant is at Seven Dials Playhouse.

Photo credit: Irrelevant artwork (Photo courtesy of production)

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