Uma Thurman to make her Broadway debut this fall
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.