Lindsay Lohan fears she will 'mess up' on first night of theatrical debut in 'Speed-The-Plow'

By Gina DiFalco,

Lindsay Lohan has admitted that she’s nervous about her stage debut on London’s West End in David Mamet’s Speed-The-Plow.

She will start the 10-week stint on Sept. 24 at the Playhouse Theatre and in an interview with MailOnline, said she will probably “mess up.”

“I think it's just the idea of when it starts, on opening night, that's what makes me the most nervous. I'll probably mess up on the first night just out of fear,” she said.

“I'm excited about the rehearsals,” she continued, which start on Aug. 25.

“I'm going to be nervous at first obviously, even in the rehearsals. But I think the more I get comfortable on the stage in rehearsals, the better it will be. I'm nervous for the show. I'm scared.”

Lohan went on to say that she’s ready for people to take herself seriously as an actress instead of a celebrity.

“I'm in a position where I want the diligent schedule, I want to do something different and have people see me as an actress on stage and that's all they see because I got into this to be an actress,” she said.

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