Letter To Larry, a play written by Donald Macdonald, stars Susie Lindeman been described as "poignant.. exquisite, dazzling...deeply
moving and brilliant" "invoking the very essence of Vivien Leigh" it was first performed as a rehearsed reading to a sold-out audience at
the Leicester Square Theatre in 2011.
A special avant-premiere season at the Jermyn Street Theatre was during the London Jubilee celebrations of 2012, directed to acclaim by the playwright
and starring Susie Lindeman. "heartbreaking and brilliant"
"Laurence Olivier described Leigh as having an attraction of the most perturbable nature
he had ever encountered- which Lindeman also holds on her audience. Compelling"
In 2013, Vivien Leigh's centenary year, the world-premiere Paris production directed by
Wayne Harrison was a sensation. In London Lindeman's performance was the highlight, and exclusive theatrical tribute, of Vivien's centenary celebrations in the West End, playing to friends, family, fans, and the public on the night Vivien would
have been 100.
The show also played special centennial performances in Hollywood, a gala show in Sydney for SANE, and
was presented by London's National Portrait Gallery, in the Ondaatje Wing Theatre as part of the National's Starring Vivien Leigh exhibition. More London shows folowed, including in association
with Fashion And Cinema.
In 2017, Letter to Larry was invited to again be the theatrical tribute to Vivien Leigh on the evening
of rememberance in London, marking 50 years since her death.
In 2019 Letter to Larry was invited as a highlight for official 80th anniversary celebrations for Gone With The Wind, in Atlanta.
USA, in association with the Gone With The Wind Museum.
Thank you to all out international audiences and fans.
"You are a genius! It really was like watching Miss Leigh in action. I was transported. I loved every minute of it- a superlative embodiment of her"
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