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Tickets now on sale "The Night of the Iguana " with Harrelson, Higgins & Seagrove at Lyric from 23 Nov
Tickets are now on sale for Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana , which opens at the Lyric Theatre 5 Dec 2005, following previews from 23 Nov 2005 - booking to 25 Mar 2006
Directed by Anthony Page, the cast uncludes: Woody Harrelson (Rev Dr T Lawrence Shannon), Clare Higgins (Maxine), Jenny Seagrove (Hannah) .
Set in a decaying Mexican hotel, the play focuses on the needs and desires that arise during interactions between a lusty, sex-starved widow, a wayward, defrocked clergyman and a gentle New England spinster. Thrown together by chance, these eclectic characters experience moments of compassion and despair against the ominous backdrop of a furious storm.
Woody Harrelson, was last on the West End stage in "On An Average Day" at the Comedy THeatre in 2002. However, is is best known best known as 'Woody' Boyd' ' in the hit US tv comedy "Cheers". His film credits include "Natural Born Killers".
Clare Higgins is currently starring in "Death of a Salesman" at the Lyric Theatre. Her other London stage credits include "Hecuba" at the Donmar Warehouse in 2004; "Vincent in Brixton" at the National & other theatres from 2002 (for which she won Olivier and Critics' Circle Best Actress awards) ; "A Letter of Resignation" at the Comedy Theatre in 1997; "Sweet Bird of Youth" at the National Theatre in 1994 (for which she won the Olivier and Critics' Circle Best Actress awards).
Jenny Seagrove's London stage credits include "The Secret Rapture" at the Lyric in 2003; "The Constant Wife" at the Apollo & Lyric Theatres in 2002;"The Female Odd Couple" at the Apollo in 2001; "Brief Encounter" at the Lyric in 2000; "Hurlyburly" at the Queens in 1997; "Dead Guilty" at the Apollo in 1995; "The Miracle Worker" at the Wyndham's in 1994. Her TV credits include 'Jo Mills' in the BBC series "Judge John Deed."