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Alec Baldwin Heads to Broadway in First Job Since ‘Rust’ Shooting

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Alec Baldwin Heads to Broadway in First Job Since ‘Rust’ Shooting

Alec Baldwin Heads to Broadway in First Job Since ‘Rust’ Shooting

Alec Baldwin Heads to Broadway , in First Job Since ‘Rust’ Shooting.

'New York Post' reports that according to a source, Baldwin is set to star in the play 'Art' by Yasmina Reza.

Other cast members will reportedly include Tony Shalhoub and John Leguizamo.

Other cast members will reportedly include Tony Shalhoub and John Leguizamo.

Matthew Warchus has signed on to direct.

The production will likely open in the spring.

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The role will be Baldwin's first since Halyna Hutchins died after being shot by the actor's prop gun on the set of 'Rust' last year.

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The role will be Baldwin's first since Halyna Hutchins died after being shot by the actor's prop gun on the set of 'Rust' last year.

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Earlier this month, the shooting was ruled an accident by New Mexico's Office of the Medical Investigator.

Baldwin has maintained that he never pulled the trigger and that the gun simply went off.

The actor revealed he's had a hard time landing work since the incident.

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He also said Hutchins' death has left him traumatized.

That she died, that’s the worst thing of all.

Somebody died, and it was avoidable.

It was so unnecessary.

Every day of my life I think about that, Alec Baldwin, via statement.

'NYP' reports that the last major Broadway production Baldwin took part in was 'Orphans' in 2013


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