Breathtaking BBC London Radio
Susie Lindeman is superb.The full Vivien: the remarkable Susie Lindeman is physically perfect in the role: birdlike, fragile, a wayward waif, eagerly intense in profile.
Every gesture and line
is immaculate, thought-through, elegant and telling, and it becomes mesmerizing.
Vivien Leigh recreated.Wow. LIBBY PURVES, 4
Olivier said of Leigh that she radiated an attraction of the most perturbing nature he had ever experiened, which Lindeman also exercises on her audience. The 'golden couple' grippingly find a compelling
Lindeman is captivating,
and convincing as Leigh: she navigates the stage brilliantly
Extremely impressive Lindeman’s performance is brilliant
Impressive, legitimately Leigh,
There is a glint to the eye of Lindeman's
Leigh, a twinkle somewhere between inspiration and impending doom. You can never be quite sure whether the character is basking the glory of her triumphs, or verging on the edge of tears. It's successfully unnerving
Cal McCrystal directs – away from his normal comedy beat, but taking pains to keep it moving and surprising, not least with some brilliantly simple but effective video projections
by Mic Gruchy :
It transports you to a lost time, and a lost individual’s rare, sad, starry career.
Perfectly cast as Vivien Leigh, Lindeman delivers a stirring performance
as the refined actress dealing with her inner demons. Compelling
Tour de force