We currently do not have any tickets on-sale for Tyler Perry's Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned.
Not Worth It
I'm a big fan of Tyler Perry stage plays, but this one lacked it. Cheryl Pepsi Riley is a great performer, but her performance was 2nd to Patrice Lovely who should have been listed as the lead performer. Also, the ticket prices were EXTREMELY over priced. For that kind of pricing Tyler or a well known actor/actress should have been in the play. This play should have skipped the live audience performance at the theatre and went straight to DVD.
I do not know where to begin with this “HORRIBLE” stage play! The tickets were overpriced; the play was full of shucking and jiving, poor acting and not so great music. (Except the gospel) I believe that Tyler Perry has outgrown his stage play productions and she focus on movies. I was totally disappointed! WOW………
Tyler Perry's Hell Hath No Fury is a worth a trip
Great voices, loved the music (waiting for the soundtrack), appreciated the message. Go see it. The production seemed a little rough around the edges--the sound at the Paramount seemed over amplified and interfered with some of the dialogue. That was my only complaint. The attention to (and, of course FROM) the audience added a lot. A unique Oakland experience. Glad I got to see it.
Skip this one...
A mediocre cast with pitchy vocals, unforgettable dialogue and a grade F light casting crew. The ticket sales were slim and severely overpriced, the venue full of late coming & going guest and the script highly forgettable. I found the play's portrayal of African Americans and culture very stereotypical, unprogressive and particularly uncomfortable. Tyler Perry once again proves that money doesn't always translate to success.
After having to wait for the rescheduled event because of January's snow storm it was well worth the wait!!! My husband and I used the event to celebrate not only mother's day but our 5 year anniversary and it was the best gift ever. The actors and actresses were great and of course our favorite was Ma Hattie she is the greatest so funny. We really enjoyed ourselves. We would love to see another play come to this area of Virginia and have it feature Madea and Hattie.