Jonica from Norfolk Va
CAPUTO LIVE EXPERIENCE NORFOLK VA
Very disappointed. She read maybe 10 people out of the entire Chrysler Hall building. She was vague and scripted. I have always wanted to meet her, and the experience I ended up with makes me so sad. I was bored the entire time. The stage was blah. For as much as her tickets are, she needs to have some new stuff going on. Couldn't hear the people she did read. I would never go again. I left feeling robbed. I was so excited to go and see her, and maybe be read, but honestly, she didn't seem to have a gift at all. If anything it's the gift of being able to read body language and play off of it. I was a true Theresa fan until last night. Not anymore😕
Rob Witters from Ottawa, Ontario
Very disappointed. wasn't expecting a reading, that wasn't the issue. The same old material u could stay home and watch on tv. Definitely not worth $100/ticket.
Lynn Cassidy from Minneapolis, Minnesota
Tried to write this review four times only to be kicked out if it isn't in favor of her skills! WTF! Total disappointment, making me a non-believer. At $350 for two tickets, it was a joke. Everyone has had someone die in a car accident, suicide, etc.. these leading questions only allow her to enforce stupid questions about you hold guilt, etc.. I so wanted to believe and based on what I paid, should have received a personal reading!
AW from Washington, District of Columbia
I have been a fan of the show for forever, but the live experience was extremely disappointing. She came on 30 minutes late, and stayed entirely on one side of the room for the entire night reading. She was late, she left early, and she broke alot of people's hearts by totally ignoring anyone on the other side of the auditorium. Plus, the first 15 minutes was just footage from the show and a live performance of the national anthem, which we stood for. Other than that, it was short, and not soulful. I went to her show in Huntington NY a few years ago--wasn't read but felt it was very worth it. She read for nearly 3 hours that time. NOT THE CASE AT THE MGM. Breaking more hearts than healing.
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