There will be a prequel to Stranger Things, but it won’t be available on Netflix; rather, it will be staged. Stranger Things: The First Shadow, a new stage show from Netflix, will debut at the Phoenix Theatre in London’s West End in the latter half of 2023. 

The Duffer Brothers, Kate Trefry and Jack Thorne, with Kate writing the original narrative on which the prequel is based. Justin Martin serves as a co-director alongside Stephen Daldry. Netflix along with Sonia Friedman Productions, will produce, with The Duffer Brothers acting as the creative producers.

Tickets for Stranger Things: The First Shadow stage play

Tickets are not yet available for purchase. In the spring of 2023, they will be on sale. You may register for “priority access” on Play’s official website.

Synopsis of Stranger Things: The First Shadow stage play

The theatre drama is centered in Hawkins, 1959, claims Netflix. It occurred around 25 years before the occasion when Stranger Things had its television premiere. We will likely encounter Bob Newby’s, Joyce Maldonado’s, Jim Hopper’s, and Henry Creel, a.k.a. Vecna’s, teenage versions.

According to the summary, the darker forces had taken over their tiny town at this point, and young Jim’s main issue is that his vehicle won’t start. Joyce is eager to graduate despite not wanting to stay in the same place. Bob, too? His sister is not interested in his radio show. Poor boy.

Location for Stranger Things: The First Shadow stage play

Moreover, no schedule has been made public yet. The play will be performed on stage eight times each week, that’s for sure. The Phoenix Theatre will serve as the venue. s situated at Charing Cross Road, London, UK, WC2H 0JP.

Image Credit – Netflix

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