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Was at your 7:30 Peoria civic center show and loved it It
must be a great feeling to know how you can reach people
that are in such pain and torment and help them to move on
with their lives. I never miss your TV show and will come to
any live venue I can get to. Thank you for a
very spiritual and uplifting experience! God Bless You
Kara from Hershey, Pennsylvania
THERESA CAPUTO HERSHEY THEATRE APRIL 5, 2014
Theresa Caputo was very entertaining and read many people. She did not only stay in the front rows but was moving to all different sections. She has an amazing gift of giving people closure whether it was real or not. She did mention many things that only that person would know. I had a blast and thought she did an amazing job. It was very touching and sad to see all the tragedy in the room. I thought it was well worth the money. I love her show and the experience was even better. Even if it is not real, I feel she helps people with the messages provided. The kids that lost parents or grandparents was heart wrenching. I had tears in my eyes on several occasions. I was hoping her husband Larry would have made an appearance on stage.....
Candice from Rancho cucamonga ,California
Was amazing experience, she is funny too
Shimeeka from Atlanta, Georgia
OKAY SHOW, BUT...
Theresa is entertaining and puts on a good show. This is the second
time we have seen her performance. I was disappointed in her “potty
mouth” this time, dropping the F Bomb multiple times. There were
children in the audience, have some class and respect please! A
woman in her 50s cursing like that does not exactly build credibility.
Kris from Norfolk, Virginia
NOT HER BEST
Show was crowded unfortunately she had injured her knee and limited her moving to
only section near stage. She was not up to her usual self & she didn't read many people
because of her injury. Most of the ones read looked like deer looking at headlights.
Some didn't use the mile so others could hear their input, others just nodded. We left
early it was a disappointment. She wasn't the Theresa we all see on tv.
Heather Mullins from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
BALCONEY SPECTATOR ..OKC, OK OCT. 20, 2014 SHOW
Let me start by saying I love Theresa ! I think she does a lot of good for a lot of people who desperately are seeking some type of peace. With
that being said, unfortunately, if you are not on the floor you are going to be nothing but a spectator at her shows. During our show, she just
acknowledged one person not on the floor whom was sitting fairly close to the East side of the stage on the lower level.. None of us expected a reading,
but Theresa rarely looked past the floor level. She was totally consumed with the people on the floor. . It was very, very disappointing. If you are
considering going to a show, be aware that unless you are seated on the floor, you are going to be there just to watch . I know what she is doing is harder
than it looks, love the shoes, but if they prevent her from connecting with her audiences not on the floor, she might want to consider a shoe change
during the show. With a venue this size, mobility is key. We are sticking to the Tv show.
Lynn from New Orleans, Louisiana
FRUSTRATED IN THE BALCONY
I was disappointed that Theresa did not speak to anyone in the balcony area. It would have been nice to know that no one in the balcony had a chance to be addressed. When someone in the balcony stood and raised their hand (not being unruly and doing exactly what the floor level people were doing), they were told to sit and be quiet, and it was clear that they would be kicked out if they continued. This person was doing the same activity as the people on the floor level that were chosen - just raising their hand saying that sounded like their family member. Theresa even commented that.. I guess they didn't hear my speech in the beginning (about not calling out). It would have helped if it was clear that the balcony was just for spectators, people were getting frustrated and leaving. It felt as though the balcony was treated as 2nd class citizens.
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