David Duchovny to make New York stage debut in Neil Labute play

David Duchovny is set to make his New York stage debut in Neil Labute’s new play The Break of Noon at the Lucille Lortel Theatre on October 28. According to the press release, the Californication star will play John Smith, “a man who, amidst the chaos and horror of the worst office shooting in American history, sees the face of God. … A newcomer to faith, John urgently searches for a modern response to the age-old question: at what cost salvation?” Labute’s (The Shape of Things) longtime collaborator Jo Bonney will direct.

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  • LNC

    Awesome! I never pictured Duchovny as being someone who was interested in stage theatre…It should be interesting to see how well he translates on the stage. Nonetheless, this should be a good move for him to stretch his creativity. I know that his former X-Files co-star, Gillian Anderson, has acted in a number of stage productions since the tv series ended its run in 2002. So glad to see two of my favorite actors try theatre!

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