Shia LeBeouf quits his Broadway debut has fans of the actor talking this week, as the LA Times reported this Wednesday, Feb. 20, that Shia LeBeouf has quit his opening role in the Broadway play, “Orphans,” in New York City due to some undisclosed “creative differences.” The news release that was revealed this morning did not offer any specific details on these creative differences that led LeBeouf to leave the show.
LeBeouf has decided to leave the cast of upcoming Broadway play “Orphans” only a little over one month before first preview performances for the show were planned to start. The play is still set to be open this April 7 (preview shows start this March 19). “Orphans” is also set to star actor Alec Baldwin in a leading role as a strong, loud man who is kidnapped by two brothers.
Shia LeBeouf quits the Broadway show has become a trending topic on major search engines today, and even with this afternoon’s announcement of the former “Even Stevens” actor leaving his first Broadway role, no replacement actor or details on his “creative differences” have been given yet.