The 2015 Broadway season is shaping up to be another star-studded affair.
Clive Owen is the latest star headed to Broadway this season where he’ll star in Old Times directed by Tony Award winner Douglas Hodge. This is the 50-year-old acclaimed English actor’s first time on the NYC stage. He previously starred in a number of London productions, including Closer, which was later adapted for film starring him, Jude Law, Julia Roberts, and Natalie Portman.
The show, which opens Oct. 15, 2015, will be a part of Roundabout Theatre Company’s 50th anniversary season, which plans to honor Harold Pinter’s famed drama as part of its historic celebration.
Owen joins a slew of film and TV stars stepping out from behind the camera, including the previously announced Darren Criss, who is returning to Broadway to portray Hedwig this spring. Sienna Miller is currently wrapping up Cabaret with Alan Cumming. Meanwhile, Anna Chlumsky, Elisabeth Moss, Helen Mirren, Larry David, and Matthew Morrison all have productions rolling out this year.
Owen can also be seen on the small screen in The Knick when the show returns to Cinemax this fall.