T from Seattle, Washington
1. My son spent $250 for 2 lousy 2nd balcony seats only to sit through 1 hour and 15 minutes of Chelsea processing her grief! 2. Show was supposed to start at 8 pm but Chelsea didn't appear on stage until 8:25. When she finally did appear on stage, she did not interact at all with audience and read from her book for 20 minutes. The "Show" was over at 9:45! 3. People started walking out early in the show and continued walking out 4. Moore Theater owes refunds to everyone who was as disappointed as we were. They should have promoted this as a "Book Reading", not a comedy show.
Jamie Brady from Nashville, Tennessee
REVIEWS ARE 100% CORRECT
I went to show thinking the reviews wrong. But when she walked out with that book and started reading word for word. Like we were on kindergarten. I said oh no.. I let her continue, could overlook that if is was funny.. Nope, nothing. Crowd was 75% gay men and women. We had s group of 10 We all walked out, she got our money.. but not our time
from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Opener was great and hilarious. Chelsea was boring. Would have left after first half hr if I wasn’t with a group of people. Waste of time and money.
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