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Lindsay Lohan will star on London's West End in 'Speed-the-Plow'

By Erin Strecker, EW
updated 4:38 PM EDT, Fri June 27, 2014
Lindsay Lohan is trying to rebuild her career after a series of legal issues and rehab stints. In March 2014 her eight-part "docuseries" premiered on OWN and gave the world a glimpse into her attempts to transform her life and image. Here are a few other female celebs who have managed to turn it around: Lindsay Lohan is trying to rebuild her career after a series of legal issues and rehab stints. In March 2014 her eight-part "docuseries" premiered on OWN and gave the world a glimpse into her attempts to transform her life and image. Here are a few other female celebs who have managed to turn it around:
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Lohan will play Karen in the production
  • The play is directed by Lindsay Posner
  • Lohan's most recent film work was 2013′s "The Canyons"

(EW.com ) -- Producers announced Thursday that Lindsay Lohan will star in the West End production of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow." In the Hollywood satire, she'll be playing Karen, an ambitious and seductive secretary, in a story about two film producers trying to close a big deal. Madonna famously played the role in the 1988 original New York show.

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The play, directed by Lindsay Posner, will open Oct. 2 and run to Nov. 29 at the Playhouse Theatre in London. Lohan's most recent film work was 2013′s The Canyons, and her tumultuous OWN reality show, Lindsay, aired this past spring.

James Franco wrote a short story about Lindsay Lohan

Officially, this will be the troubled 27-year-old star's first time performing onstage, though she made a memorable appearance at the North Shore High School Winter Talent Show, among many others.

See the original story at EW.com.

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