Lindsay Lohan is starring in the play "Speed-The-Plow" at the Playhouse Theatre in London and it seems that a dose of maturity has found its way into the body of the talented, trouble finding actress. After a recent weekday performance of her play she did not make her way out to the night clubs of London and party to the wee hours of the morning. Instead, she bypassed the nightlife and went out for a quiet dinner at Nobu in Mayfair.
For her fans and social media entertainment observers her decision was a pleasant and welcome surprise that no one would have anticipated. However, her response to the critics of her opening night on stage show signs that she is changing her focus from partying and getting into trouble to rebuilding her image and working on her acting skills.
After her debut performance she addressed the critics in the manner of an experienced leading lady when she noted that the debut was not a disaster and that she is doing the best she can and intends to complete this play. She admitted this to the Daily Mirror in an interview and explained that she is acting on stage because working makes her feel happy and it is a new venture for her.
The actress also admitted in an interview with Britain's Marie Claire magazine that she after the play she want to do a movie and hopefully "fall in love and have a family, with kids" even though she is not presently seeing anyone.
Her willingness to go on stage and develop her acting skills that were once in great demand and also mention wanting to fall in love and have kids have some social media entertainment observers noting how its possible that even for Lindsay Lohan maturity might be starting to find its way into her mind.
Critics should look out because Lindsay Lohan's actions are speaking loudly. Her going on stage to work on her craft is an step often viewed for most actors as something they do to get their dramatic skills developed and refined for upcoming roles of which she has several.
Is Lindsay Lohan back? It might be too early to jump to that conclusion but fans can and should be enthused by the steps she is taking to work on her acting