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Lindsay Lohan’s 759th attempt at a comeback got off to a bit of a rocky start last night, as audience members at her London performance of David Mamet’s play Speed-the-Plow reported that the actress had a had a very difficult time remembering many of her lines.

According to reviewers from The Daily Mail, “While not an unmitigated disaster, the 28-year-old actress didn't appear to know her lines off by heart, reading some from a book while being fed others from the side of stage and her one main passionate speech only succeeded in causing the audience to burst into laughter, according to onlookers.” Yeesh.

Many audience members were equally critical:

Speed the Plow is truly awful, school play level of amateurish nonsense. No one but Nigel Lindsay knew their lines

— Georgie (@GeorgieMHobbs) September 24, 2014

When an audience laughs at the line "you were fantastic" in an ironic way, you know you should cut your losses #speedtheplow

— Rosie Bannister (@rosie_bannister) September 24, 2014

So OK yes Lindsay Lohan wasn't great in #speedtheplow, but she should take comfort from the fact Richard Schiff was worse! #likebadimprov

— Cathy O'D (@l0islane) September 24, 2014

Shame the play itself was dire. Did it even have a director, or rehearsals even? So underwhelming. Whole audience disliked it #speedtheplow

— James Sewell (@jamesrsewell) September 24, 2014

Major kudos to the woman who was feeding Lindsay Lohan her lines from offstage at #speedtheplow

— Rafay Agha (@rafayfay) September 24, 2014

They’ve got a little under a week until the official London premiere to get things together, but clearly this is not a promising start for LiLo and Co. Perhaps, between now and then, Lohan will show she’s truly changed and actually study.

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[via Vulture]