Although the issue of the movie “Rust” has been settled, actorAlec Baldwin to return to acting in his first job since the shooting incident that killed a cinematographer and injured the director, and this news also comes days after revealing the findings of the forensic report on the case.
Alec Baldwin to return to acting with Broadway play after Rust shooting
Alec Baldwin is preparing to return to acting this year on Broadway, where he will star in a play called “Art.” It is likely that it will premiere next spring.
The play, set in Paris and originally written in French, is an art world satire started by a wealthy man who buys an expensive whiteboard. The show, which previously starred Alfred Molina, Victor Garber, and Alain Alda in New York, won a 1998 Tony Award for the best play. Alec Baldwin’s last major Broadway play was “Orphans” in 2013.
This show marks Alec Baldwin’s first artistic participation since the 2021 shooting accident that killed cinematographer Helena Hutchins while filming “Rust” in New Mexico, and which occurred while the actor was carrying a gun full of live ammunition.