Nicole Lalonde from Ottawa, Ontario
AUGUST 8 2015
I was really exited and so looking forward to go last knight as this was a dream of mine since my son had passed away a few years back and was hoping to receive a message in order to help me ease my pain. OK, I understand that she is unable to give messages to every body. But what I was most disappointed in is the fact that she only focused her attention all two hours with the people in front and did not even bother to walk around further in the crowd as maybe WE the others which had also paid to see her was not even considered. Maybe she should be purchasing a pair of snickers instead of her high hill shoes which by the way she was so proud to mention and show off to every body. In my opinion, I am not sure if her show is consisted only with her people seating in the front area or if she is truly a real medium.
Anonymous from Sacramento, California
June 7th Sleep Train. Way too many people. Most benefit to the people on the floor near her. While I really like her, she spent too much time with her introduction, stories and fan club. Maybe 15? People were fortunate to hear something out of 3000. Is it about money making? Heard many people talking on the way out _ disappointed. Theresa does have a beautiful gift but try cutting down the size of the audience and eager expectations.
Martie McDermott from Richmond, Virginia
I was a huge fan but Very disappointed in the show. The entire thing felt staged. Less then 60 seconds into the show it just seemed like there were certain people "planted" near guests to pick up when the guests were not giving the right responses. She also seemed like she walked directly to certain people, little girl who was pretty and a camera apeared and tapping the last guy on the shoulder saying "stand up please" on her way up to the stage at the closing. I left very sad and dismayed. Also I felt that the guests holding up a sign was extremely unfair to the audience...it detoured and was very disrespectful to the rest of the audience. It actually angered me somewhat. Very let down because I was a true believer. I swore by her and defended her to many including my husband. My heart is broken.
Rhonda from St. Louis, Missouri
Her show started of with a few four letter words that I found offensive and got worse when she told someone in the front of the theater to “stick it up your ass” in regards to a list of questions they had, this was followed by “just kidding” but I didn’t think it was funny, don’t bite the hand that feeds you Theresa. I saw her when she was here the last time and she was a different person!
Geri from Dallas, Texas
NOT WHAT I EXPECTED
Theresa Caputo is a lovely lady with a great personality. The venue was too large even though I had a great seat. People with big tubs of popcorn and nachos along with their drinks were very distracting. It felt like more of a show than an emotional experience. I basically just watched the large screen. This is the exact opposite of the John Edward events where the atmosphere is serious with plenty of natural humor, not silly. I will continue to watch her tv show, but I will not be going to anymore live events. I was so disappointed.
Robin G from Las Vegas, Nevada
SUCH A HOAX!
Well, Theresa Caputo is amusing as hell but if anyone believes that she has a "gift" communicating with the dearly departed, they are clearly delusional. Example" "Has anyone in the audience lost a brother named John?" Oh my god!!!! How did she know that? A question she asked the crowd numerous times. Of course there are people there who, coincidently did have said brother. Oh my god!!! And he DIED...This is impossible!! "And, he doesn't want you to feel guilty anymore! Sob, sob, cry cry..."he wants you to know he is at peace and loves you" NO!!! this is SUCH a revelation! "He said something special to you before he went" THIS is too much! He asked me sob, sob to take care of Fluffy!! his dog! "And Fluffy loves you too! Deadpan: Fluffy died. " BUT he is in heaven with John...and sends his love and thanks you for the Kibble. How did she know Fluffy ate Kibble? How did I know that, she asks. I can't make this stuff up! Really?
Lucy from New Orleans, Louisiana
DISAPPOINTED IN NEW ORLEANS
Well, I guess for those of us in the balcony, our spirit new not to show up. Although it was addressed in her begining monoglog that any reading could potentially apply to anyone in the theater, it appeared the floor audience got personalized one on one attention. I didn't feel one balcony audience member was treated respctfully by Ms. Caputo when she thought her loved one came through. I think the venue was definitely too large for this intimate event. This show should have been handled very differently.
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