Producer Bill Kenwright seems to have set up a residency at the Theatre Royal Haymarket - where he’s following A Few Good Men with a Judi Dench-led Hay Fever (See News, 23 Sep 2005), and announced today, A Man for All Seasons with Martin Shaw – but he’s not confining his new West End openings to that venue. His long-planned revival of Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana looks likely to follow Death of a Salesman into the Lyric Theatre on Shaftesbury Avenue. Set in Mexico, the 1961 play revolves around a defrocked clergyman-turned-tour guide who's influenced by a trio of women: his hotel owner friend, a prim spinster and a nymphomaniac teen. In 1964, Richard Burton, Ava Gardner and Deborah Kerr starred in John Huston’s film version. British-born Aussie Guy Pearce was previously tipped for the new stage production (See The Goss, 7 Aug 2003), but we now hear that fellow film star Woody Harrelson, who made his West End debut in 2002 with On an Average Day, is signed up to appear with multiple Olivier Award winner Clare Higgins, already at home at the Lyric with Death of a Salesman in which she plays the wife of Brian Dennehy’s Willy Loman. The Arthur Miller revival finishes its limited season on 5 November 2005 so an announcement about Iguana may be imminent.