Shia LaBeouf quit Hollywood so he could start doing Broadways plays – so he could also quit those…
Shia won’t be making his Broadway debut after the 26-year-old actor the revival production of the play “Orphans” in New York over “creative differences,” according to the LA Times.
LaBeouf has left the show a month before preview performances are set to begin. “Orphans” is still scheduled to open at the Schoenfeld Theater on April 7, with previews commencing on March 19. The production, directed by Daniel Sullivan, also features Alec Baldwin, in the role of a powerful man kidnapped by two brothers.
Wednesday’s announcement did not elaborate on the nature of the creative differences that led to LaBeouf’s departure, and no replacement for the actor has been announced.
“Orphans,” by Lyle Kessler, debuted in 1983 at the Matrix Theatre in Los Angeles and is often revived at regional theaters across the country. Director Alan Pakula turned it into a movie in 1987, with a cast that included Albert Finney, Matthew Modine and Kevin Anderson.
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