Uma Thurman to make her Broad­way de­but this fall

The Hamilton Spectator - - A&E -

Uma Thurman will make her Broad­way de­but this fall in a po­lit­i­cal drama by Beau Wil­limon, the cre­ator of “House of Cards.” Thurman will star in “The Parisian Woman,” which is about a woman in Wash­ing­ton who is ask­ing her lover to help her hus­band get a gov­ern­ment po­si­tion. The play is in­spired by a 19th-cen­tury French play, “La Parisi­enne,” by Henry François Becque. Thurman has one pre­vi­ous stage credit: a 1999 off-Broad­way ap­pear­ance in an adap­ta­tion of Molière’s “The Misan­thrope,” pre­sented by the Clas­sic Stage Co. Her per­for­mance was not well re­ceived by crit­ics. It is set to open on Nov. 30.

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