The New Zealand Performing Arts Review & Directory has a review of Bare for Christchurch with a very brief mention of Lucy.
This was a wholly unique, exigent and anomalous event comprising a heavyweight lineup of the industry's finest high-profile practitioners young and old, here to turn on a magical experience in aid of the Red Cross Christchurch Earthquake Appeal.
The large stage of the mighty Civic stood open and bare (you see what they've done there), save for a single dining room chair under a centre spotlight. Running to a record-length late start figure of almost twenty minutes, no-one seemed at all bothered given the quality of entertainment we anticipated. Not to spoil the ending, we were not disappointed.
Performance-wise the actors clearly had a mountain of fun, for our appreciative benefit, from Anthony Starr's tryhard ageing homeboy tagger Smokie, to Lucy Lawless's drunken street-pissing feminist.