David Duchovny to make NY stage debut in LaBute’s ‘Break of Noon’
Hollywoodnews.com: David Duchovny, star of Showtime’s “Californication, is set to make his New York stage debut in Neil LaBute’s play “The Break of Noon.”
The work is scheduled to open at the off-Broadway Lucille Lortel Theatre in October. A co-production with New York’s MCC Theatre and L.A.’s Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles audiences will be able to see it in February, but there’s no word whether Duchovny will star in it.
“The Break of Noon” centers on John Smith (Duchovny) who survives an office shooting and undergoes a spiritual and religious transformation.
Duchovny is best known for his role as Federal Agent Mulder in Fox’s long-running series “The X Files.” “Californication” follows the actor as a lothario on the skids with his ex-girlfriend and mother of his teenage daughter.
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