Reaping success after success with big screen features, Orlando Bloom is invading the London stage. The actor, famous for his role in "Pirates" flicks, will star in a revival of David Storey's "In Celebration."
The play, which is a 1969 drama, tells the story of three brothers who are unhappy as they have to travel back to their parents' Yorkshire home for their 40th wedding anniversary. Once there, tension immediately begins to mount between the three brothers until one of them begins angrily lashing out at the rest of the family, tearing apart their illusion of happiness.
"In Celebration" will be directed by Anna Mackmin and produced by Sonia Friedman. No dates, theater or additional casting have been announced, although Variety speculates that a July opening at Trafalgar Studios is likely.