Emilia Clarke was far from satisfied with her Broadway debut with the stage version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and now she remembers it with embarrassment.
Don’t talk about Breakfast at Tiffany’s a Emilia Clarkeor at least, don’t remind her of her stage version of Holly Golightly, because the Game of Thrones actress was not at all satisfied with what was her debut at Broadway.
It was she who told it to the BBC microphones, recalling how, in her opinion, she threw herself too quickly into a world that was still unfamiliar to her.
“I wasn’t ready“said the actress, referring to the 2013 show directed by Richard Greenberg.
“Was I ready? No, I just wasn’t. I was a little girl. Too young and inexperienced“she then continued, ultimately defining her debut in the iconic role which in the film version was Audrey Hepburn a”catastrophic failure“.
But now Clarke is trying again, and if you are passing through London’s West End these days, you might also come across her new play, The Seagull, where, however, she warns the actress “I will not ride any dragon“.”I am deeply aware that there will be people who come to see the show because they loved Game of Thrones“reads EW !.
The Seagull will arrive on June 29 at London’s Harold Pinter Theater, where it will remain until September 10.