But a friend of Lawrence's explained that the star's reaction had nothing to do with the play but rather, "She caught the stomach flu from her nephews".
Out of all the ways Jennifer Lawrence reminds us she is human-the time she fell while walking up the Oscar steps, or nearly took down a fellow Academy Award attendee when tripping on the red carpet the following year-her latest move trumps everything. Jennifer Lawrence got sick during Broadway's 1984 at NYC's Hudson Theatre on Monday, July 17.
Olivia Wilde isn't phased by a little bodily function. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the torture scenes are quite graphic as the director did not want to wash down the truth the audience would see. If you have the opportunity, make sure you check 1984 out on Broadway, but do not forget to bring your barf bag!
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Star of the show, Olivia Wilde, sent her condolences to the people who got sick in the audience due to the "loud" and "shocking" play, jokingly tweeting: "Sending my love to those 4 people who fainted in the audience".
A representative for Lawrence has stated that the ushers were very helpful in assisting the star. A source previously told Page Six in early June that after a series of medical problems, "producers are mulling the idea of having a nurse on duty in the lobby at every performance".
However, the 26-year-old didn't lose her lunch because of Wilde's acting.
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Apparently people passing out and throwing up are common for Wilde's play, 1984.
Jennifer Lawrence may be under the weather, but her amusing bone hasn't taken a hit.
I'm not surprised, since this experience is unique, bold, and immersive. "It allows you to empathize in a visceral way, and that means making the audience physically and emotionally uncomfortable".
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He also realises that there could be consequences and that he won't be able to see Dream . It's possible she was sporting a wig, as she is known to do regularly.