Lindsay Lohan’s West End debut wasn’t quite the dream the actress was hoping it would be – she appeared not to know her lines and stumbled through some of the dialogue in David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow on Wednesday night.
The star was hoping the London play would help revive her flagging acting career, but it’s clear her comeback still needs a little work.
The 28-year-old had to take line prompts from crew members offstage and read some of her dialogue from a book.
But, despite the fact that one audience member called the play a “car crash” on Twitter, Lohan was all smiles as she took her curtain call alongside co-stars Richard Schiff and Nigel Lindsay, and accepted a bouquet of flowers.
Others who witnessed her West End stage debut insisted Lohan finished strongly and was “surprisingly good” in places.
One critic tells WENN Lohan appeared nervous and seemed a little annoyed when audience members found one of her most serious monologues funny.
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