Kyle Soller to join David Suchet in Long Day's Journey Into Night
Date Posted: 29/09/11
Kyle Soller has been named as the latest cast member in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey Into Night.
He will join Poirot actor David Suchet and Laurie Metcalf in the production, which opens at the Apollo theatre on Tuesday April 10th, following previews from Monday April 2nd.
Soller, who can currently be seen appearing in The Faith Machine at the Royal Court, is a Royal Academy of Dramatic Art graduate and is seen by fans of London theatre breaks as a rising star.
He has previously taken up roles in The Government Inspector and The Glass Menagerie, and he will play the role of Edmund in Long Day's Journey Into Night.
The production tells the story of a compelling family drama during a long summer's day in 1912, with Suchet playing James and Metcalf stepping into the shoes of Mary.
Currently, the Apollo theatre is showing Jerusalem, which stars award-winning actors Mark Rylance and Mackenzie Crook.
Posted by Becky Spence
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