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Neve Campbell to Make West End Debut in Arthur Miller's Resurrection Blues

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Neve Campbell is set to make her West End debut in Resurrection Blues, the Arthur Miller play which is set to receive its UK premiere, beginning previews on February 14, 2006, and opening on February 22, 2006. The show is scheduled for a limited run through April 22, 2006. Campbell will play Jeanine in the show, with the rest of the cast expected to be announced shortly.

High in the mountains of a South American banana republic, a revolution is brewing. When the rebels' messiah - like leader is captured, a New York production company swoops in to televise his execution - death by crucifixion - and an explosive chain of events ensues.Humorous, poetic and thought provoking, Resurrection Blues brilliantly satirises misguided global politics and the predatory nature of a media saturated culture.

One of the 20th Century's finest playwright's Arthur Miller's landmark works include Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. This astonishing black comedy was completed just a month before his death. It is directed by Robert Altman, the legendary film - maker, whose work includes Gosford Park, Short Cuts and Nashville.

Campbell rose to wider fame as lead character Julia Salinger in the teen drama series Party of Five, starring in the series from 1994 to 2000. She went on to star in movies such as The Craft, Scream (and its 2 sequels), Wild Things and Three to Tango. Following the end of the Scream series, Campbell's career became more low-key, appearing in movies such as Too Smooth and Investigating Sex which did not receive wide releases. She received wide plaudits from critics however for her role in Panic alongside William H. Macy and Donald Sutherland.

Early in 2004, Campbell co-wrote, produced, and starred in The Company, a film about Chicago's Joffrey Ballet directed by Robert Altman. Later in 2004, she released When Will I Be Loved, and in 2005 she appeared in the film Reefer Madness.


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