Stiller goes for LaBute’s latest play

Comedian tells auds 'How It Goes'

Ben Stiller is set to star in Neil LaBute’s new play, “This Is How It Goes.” Jeffrey Wright is in negotiations to headline as well.

The Public’s parting director George C. Wolfe will helm the play, which explores interracial romance involving two men and a woman in small-town America. It’s set to run March 8-April 10.

Stiller starred in LaBute’s 1998 pic “Your Friends & Neighbors.” Thesp appeared in Lincoln Center Theater’s 1986 production of “The House of Blue Leaves.” In 2002, he was set to star in the Broadway production of David Mamet’s “Glengarry Glen Ross” but exited the project.

The female lead has not been cast.

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