Buy Mad House tickets to see two Hollywood stars in this gripping and darkly comic world premiere
Screen actors David Harbour and Bill Pullman return to the West End this summer in the world premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s play Mad House at the Ambassadors Theatre.
This bitingly-funny play is set in rural Pennsylvania where a trio of siblings have returned to their childhood home to care for their dying father. Conversations quickly turn to their inheritance and how each sibling is going to get their hands on their dad’s money.
David Harbour is best known for his role as Jim Hopper in Netflix’s Stranger Things, as well as supporting roles in films including Brokeback Mountain, The Equalizer and Black Widow. He was last seen in the West End over 15 years ago in a revival of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, starring opposite Kathleen Turner.
Bill Pullman has worked extensively on stage and screen. He made his West End debut in the Old Vic’s 2019 production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons. Film and TV credits include Independence Day, Sleepless in Seattle and 1600 Penn.
Mad House is directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, with further creatives to be announced. Theresa Rebeck is an award-winning playwright whose previous plays include Omnium Gatherum, Seminar and Bernhardt/Hamlet.
Don’t miss this unconventional family reunion as Mad House plays a strictly limited season at the Ambassadors Theatre from June 2022.
Suitable for children?
Age recommendations for Mad House are to be confirmed.