The underlying sweetness of director Michael Dowse’s 2011 hockey comedy “Goon” was a mere warm-up act for the full-on charm offensive of “What If.” Had it centered around a less naturally engaging duo than Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, this cheekily contrived romantic comedy might have outworn its welcome with its tale of two twentysomething friends taking forever to acknowledge their true feelings for one another.Fortunately, their endless dithering is made not just tolerable but ingratiating thanks to sparkling performances and a level of wit, whimsy and self-conscious genre riffery that never gets in the way of emotional sincerity.to the United States, her London co-star Jemima Rooper said. Whenever you feel like you've got a bit of a headache and you can't be bothered, she's almost 90 and she's delivering every day." The play opened March 18 and ran through June 7 at the West End's Gielgud Theatre.Rooper told Britain's The Telegraph the two may join each other on the stage again after their sold-out run in London. It was Lansbury's first stage performance in nearly 40 years, reported.
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