Director Laurence Boswell is the celebrities' favourite at the moment. He's now taken two trios of Hollywood starlets in hand for their West End debuts in Kenneth Lonergan's This Is Our Youth - Matt Damon, Casey Affleck and Summer Phoenix this week follow Hayden Christensen, Jake Gyllenhaal and Anna Paquin into the critically acclaimed threehander. And next month, he'll guide superstar Madonna, similarly making her West End debut, in David Williamson's Up for Grabs. This follows his success with Clive Owen and Eddie Izzard in the Whatsonstage.com Award-winning revival of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg. So, with such momentum, you might expect there to be yet more stars in Boswell's future. In fact, the former Gate Theatre artistic director says he's hoping to get back to the classics. In a recent interview, he said he'd like his next project to be a new adaptation - written by himself - of Dostoevsky's The Idiots, led by stage veteran Paul Rhys. The two last worked together on a highly acclaimed - though considerable less high profile - Hamlet at the Young Vic in 1999.