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Lost star Matthew Fox stars opposite British actress Olivia Williams in the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s new play In A Forest, Dark and Deep, opening at the Vaudeville Theatre 14 March 2011, following previews from 3 March - Booking 4 June 2011 .
Public Booking opens 26 Nov 2010
On a dark and stormy 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 the truth refuses to be packed away. What is she hiding? Does he really want to find out?
It is directed by Neil LaBute, designed by Soutra Gilmour, lighting by Mark Henderson, sound by Fergus O’Hare. Produced by Anna Waterhouse, Nica Burns, Max Weitzenhoffer, Jay Harris, Josephine Genetay.
Making his West End debut, Matthew Fox plays Bobby. He is best known for his role as Dr. Jack Shephard in J.J. Abrams series Lost. His other television work includes Party of Five. For film, his credits include Speed Racer, Vantage Point, Smokin’ Aces and We are Marshall.
Olivia Williams returns to the London stage to play Betty. Her theatre credits include Happy Now?, Love’s Labour’s Lost (National Theatre), The Changeling (Barbican Theatre), Hotel in Amsterdam (Donmar Warehouse) and Richard III, Peer Gynt, The Wives’ Excuse and Wallenstein (RSC). Her many film credits include Romans Polanski’s The Ghost Writer, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, An Education, To Kill a King, The Heart of Me , Flashbacks of a Fool, Broken Lines, Lucky Break, Born Romantic, Rushmore, The Sixth Sense, The Postman, and the forthcoming Hanna and Longfellow.