Lindsay Posner’s revival of Sam Shepard’s 1980 play Fool for Love - in which Hollywood actress and rocker Juliette Lewis will make her stage acting debut – has quietly shifted its press night by two days at the West End’s Apollo Theatre (See News, 18 Apr 2006). It was originally due to open on Tuesday 13 June 2006, which didn’t go down very well with the powers-that-be at the Donmar Warehouse, where Derek Jacobi was already scheduled to open in Thea Sharrock’s revival of John Mortimer’s A Voyage Round My Father (See News, 6 Dec 2005). Happily for the Donmar, the producers of Fool for Love agreed to postpone their opening by two days until Thursday 15 June 2006. Assuming Lewis and her co-stars receive rave reviews, they’ll have to wait a few days to fully enjoy them. After the press have their say, there will be no performances of Fool for Love until the following Monday 19 June 2006, as Lewis has Friday and Saturday off to convene with her band, Juliette and the Licks, who are supporting the Foo Fighters at a concert in Hyde Park on Saturday 17 June.