Sheri from Phoenix, Arizona
ATTN: SHOW PRODUCERS
Although Theresa certainly has a high energy and friendly personality and mediumistic abilities, her show fell rather flat. Perhaps breaking up 2 hours of "readings" with a brief intermission and some fun filled interactive moments with the audience to lighten up the energy following multiple painful and difficult readings would help improve the quality and creativity of the show.
Francis DeCartello from New York, New York
3 STARS CAUSE SHE WAS FUNNY
I saw her at NJPAC. She was funny but she most definitely focused on the first few rows. She didn’t even look up. I read the reviews so I knew what I was getting myself into. Most looked like deers in headlights and it seemed as though she was pulling information out from them. I am glad she was able to help a few people that seemed to have a genuine reading and need closure. She ended up demanding an audience member leave because she was trying to get Theresa’s attention in the balcony but Theresa said she was distracting her and she wasn’t “Oprah”. They exchanged a few words and the audience member showed her the middle finger to which she responded “Get her the fuck outta here!” Theresa went about her business and read another member from the balcony sitting a tier below that audience member. She was heard saying she was so mad at the previous lady that she didn’t wanna deal with the tiers. I only recommend if you can afford to sit 10 feet away from her & don’t expect a reading.
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.
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.
Sherri A. from Calgary, Alberta
TOO BIG OF A VENUE
It was an interesting experience seeing her in person, thank goodness for the big screen so we could actually see her. She stuck mostly to the people on the floor as those were the ones she was closet physically to. The first couple readings were great and then it wasn’t, honestly I did not feel part of the show I felt like I was watching a taped show on the big screen. A more intimate venue would have been far more appealing for me. I enjoy watching her on TV and will keep it at that.
Angela from Peoria, IL
I went to the live show in Peoria, Il. Theresa puts on a great show and is a great entertainer. As far as her “gift” everything she said was vague and many people could relate to. The experience is nothing like her show where she gives specific information about a departed loved one. Also know if you have balcony seats you are just there for the show. She doesnt venture out past the first few rows. She is funny she swares alot and know how to work the audience. I would suggest going to the show to form your own opinion but you will be disappointment if your expectation is what you see her do on TV. She lets you know many times that she doesnt care if you believe in what she does.
Tina from Buffalo, New York
She spent way to much time up front so my spirits didn’t even have a chance to ever come out but I still think Teresa great person but unless you can afford those expensive seats probably wouldn’t go again cause she can’t get to the people in the back so it took all the fun out of it and I know everybody say it’s spirits who tell her we’re to go but my spirits aren’t that strong to make it that far
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