Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle
NEIL LaBute's new play, This Is How It Goes,
opens at the Donmar Warehouse on May 31, 2005 (previews from May
26) for a limited period only - until July 9, 2005.
Set in small town America, This Is How It Goes puts
race and infidelity under the microscope, dissecting an inter-racial
love triangle while, at the same time, questioning society's notion
It will star Ben Chaplin (pictured), Megan Dodds and
Chaplin has appeared on the big screen
in films such as Murder by Numbers, The Thin Red Line, Birthday
Girl and Lost Souls; while numerous TV appearances
include Minder, Casualty, Between the Lines and Soldier,
Although Dodds is probably best known for her award-winning role
in TV's Spooks, she's certainly no stranger to theatre,
having appeared in Up For Grabs, Popcorn and Hamlet.
Elba, too, has numerous TV appearances to his credit - Dangerfield,
Family Affairs, Bramwell, CSI: Miami, Law and Order, Absolutely
Fabulous and 2Point4Children.
LaBute also wrote The
Shape of Things, The Mercy Seat, The Distance From Here and
which is currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre, with Friends'
David Schwimmer in a starring role.
Tickets for This Is How It Goes cost from £13