Faye from Chicago, Illinois
Saw the Chicago show and thought it was terrible. Her readings were flat, fast, and emotionless. Then she sat and swapped stories with her guest, who did most of the talking. A few laughs here and there, but not worth the price paid to listen to random conversation
Jan from Denver, CO
CHELSEA IN DENVER
I was hoping that Chelsea just had a bad interviewer in Denver and that is rhe reason the show was lame and boring. But as I read these I realize this just isn’t the case. Sadly, this is a bad concept for Chelsea. Many people walked out of the show in Denver. My only regret is that I wasn’t among them.
Erika McDonald from Denver, Colorado
Beyond boring. At one point there was a guy a few rows back from us who stood up and yelled at her to please stand up and tell jokes! Yes, when you go to a comedy show it’s what you expect....to laugh. Do NOT waste your money.
Aimee from San Francisco, California
WASTE OF MONEY
My friend and I both went into this expecting a comedy show and instead observed a self indulgent therapy session. It was a highlight to see Sarah Silverman on stage but even with Sarah the show fell flat. I am not even sure of the point of the show. Can I have a refund?
Jeff Collett from San Francisco, California
It was a book tour not a comedy show. She read chapters word for word out of the book. If I wanted to know what the book was about I would read it. It was boring and not funny.
Cec Russell from San Francisco, California
NOT A COMEDY TOUR
I had looked forward to this show for awhile- it was my birthday. We had great seats! Right off the bat Chelsea read a chapter out of her book- and although some might be funny, this was a comedy tour not a book reading at Barnes and Nobles. That lasted 20 minutes. The Sarah Silverman came out and I was hoping for some comedy, but it was really a lot of Chelsea’s introspective thinking and Sarah asking her questions. All seemed very contrived. It wasn’t offensive or crude, just boring. We left after the first half. I couldn’t sit anymore with the super fans hanging on every word, that wasn’t funny.
Corinne McNeely from Seattle, Washington
CHELSEA HANDLER..DO OVER
I just read that Chelsea's net worth is 40 million.If she really wants to do a mitzvah she would refund everyone their money.I was going with a realistic expectation of actually laughing.It happened once and it was more like a smile.Her interviewer was struggling and I thought they lacked chemistry.I think I might have been more entertained eavesdropping on someone's conversation at a bar.Sorry to my daughter..who is a huge fan.I'll have to take you to Wicked now.
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