First performed in 2011 with Kate O'Flynn in the W role, and so surely the argument there would be she was too young for the latter 30 minutes? Given the span of the play, suspension of disbelief over the age of the performers will be necessary for some of it, regardless.
Yes. I think I'd have got into the play faster, though, in that case. Maybe it is me, but I think I'd have found it easier to suspend disbelief if that was the case.
My local aquarium can't afford a shark, so they gave their cod some false teeth from "lost property."
Claire Foy and Matt Smith, who played Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on Netflix’s “The Crown” before a new cast took over for Season 3, will appear opposite each other once again in March — this time, at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
In Duncan Macmillan’s “Lungs,” they portray a couple who debate the merits of having a child as the world seems to inch closer and closer to doomsday. The New York production will have a limited run, from March 25 to April 19