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Ended 11 Apr 2010 after 51 days

Harper proves that heretical wit hasn't lost its power, bringing Tallulah Bankhead's outrageousness and glamour to life!

Los Angeles Times

Closed 11 Apr 2010
Avg. Customer Review (4.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 4
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47 of 94 people found the following review helpful:
Mar 08, 2010
reviewer: from Fort Lauderdale, FL
This production is great! The writing is hilarious and Valerie Harper was born to play this role.


The two male actors, Brian Hutchison and Michael Mulheren, have wonderful acting "chops" and turned what could have been a one woman show into a true ensemble production.


It's a must see! (And to hear "Rhoda" drop the F-bomb 889 times is worth the price of a ticket alone.)
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46 of 93 people found the following review helpful:
Mar 14, 2010
reviewer: from NYC
Beginning with an outstanding portrayal by Valerie Harper and continuing with superb direction, one is never bored with this wonderful evening of theatre. Leave the children at home and go have a great time at LOOPED!
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45 of 92 people found the following review helpful:
delicious lines to remember,
Mar 20, 2010
reviewer: from Brooklyn Heights, NYC
This was a great way to spend the afternoon - getting to know some very unforgettable lines and raunchy humor from a bygone character. Valerie Harper really nails this role, and I'd recommend it to anybody over the age of 18 (only restricted to adults thanks to the frequency of four-lettered words, etc.).
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48 of 95 people found the following review helpful:
Worth a Look,
Mar 07, 2010
reviewer: from PA
Valerie Harper is quite good. She captures thecharacter of Tallulah and her delivery is great.The script is full of terrific one liners, but thestory line is a little choppy. The length of theshow is perfect and the theater is old and classic. Don't reserve balcony seats. They're awful.
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