London: Actress Nicole Kidman is in negotiations to star in two plays back-to-back in London`s West End.
The 47-year-old actress could sign up to star in two plays back-to-back after she wowed London audiences with her hit `The Blue Room` in 1998, reportedly.
"I don`t know how it`s going to work yet, but yes, that`s the idea. Two productions in a row," Kidman said. The Australian beauty is being eyed up for Ivan Turgenev`s comedy `A Month In The Country`, which would see her play Natalya, a mercurial wife of a wealthy Russian estate owner who falls in love with her son`s tutor but is knocked back after she discovers her ward has also developed feelings for the young man.
The flame-haired beauty is also hopeful that her second project will come together, but remained tight-lipped on the title of the play and details about her potential role.
"I see so many plays in London, Sydney and New York, and I`m mindful that it`s been a long time, but life and other work have conspired to keep me away.
"But I`m determined to make at least one of the proposals work. Who knows? Both of the proposals might come together," she added.
Kidman is planning to move with her husband Keith Urban and their two daughters Sunday, five, and Faith, three, to London from the US if she secures her West End deal.