"I Never Met A Jerk I Didn't Like" was really well done. Tiffany Phillips has created a show that will make you laugh and, at some key moments, even well up with emotion (ok, cry). After all, what woman who's been out on the dating scene hasn't felt as she feels in her 40-minute walk down Cupid Lane. Tiffany shows off her great range as a singer, actress, dancer and physical comedic performer that screams sequel. It feel like a Part Two is eminent or at least a tv pilot. Take your pick. But this is one one-woman show worth your time because Tiffany Phillips is a quadruple-threat." ...
June 24, 2013
The characters were spectacular. Comedy at its best. A very talented young lady. Everyone should see it!...
So a big group of her Live It Up Productions family went to go see her on Friday evening. We were all completely blown away. I compare her to Whoopi Goldberg's one woman Broadway show. It's a complex fabric of readily accessible and recognizable characters told through the words of anyone and everyone. Her performance played to the weaknesses and strength of every man and woman in the audience while making all of us laugh, think and feel all at the same time. Congrats Tiffany for creating such a great work of performance art. You are one of a kind and should be recognized and praised for your talents. We love you...
Tiffany Phillips is a one woman Tsunami in her various portrayals of the jackasses she, and most all women have dated at one time or another. She sings like a bird and switches effortlessly from her own persona to to the aforementioned morons in quick succession.
I also absolutely loved her back up dancers who jumped in and out with perfect precision and enriched her inner dialogue.
This is a joy and release for all women who've been enamored with the "bad boys."...
June 25, 2013
Tiffany KILLED it. Nuff said. Beauty, brains, unbelievable talent and heart. Only note is lighting. Would love to hear her sing more. Amazing. ...
As Alicia Keys would say, "This girl is on fire",
I mean she really brought it with her perfect timing and delivery.
She's a triple threat!
Dancer, Singer, Actress ...
She was so funny probably because so many can relate :)
I really loved the way she just engaged her audience.
Tiffany is like a Chameleon she just kept changing it up you didn't know what was coming next.
And her girls, they were great too.
They were like Destinys Child :)
Everyone at the show could relate to one of those fools or I mean jerks that she was talking about.
She did a great job. I want and can't wait to see more of her work.
Five star performance*****
Ms. Tiffany is a friend and I have to disclose that!
There are so many lovely reviews here and she is deserving of all of them. For those of us who are her friends, this has been an exciting reveal of her talent.
This performance does take you on a journey and it is great to see Tiffany so grounded in her characters to the point where she disappears. I've seen the show twice (both previews), so not having seen the later shows during this run, I'll say that as she continues to master this show, it will be exciting to see what else she will do as I believe we all think this is only the tip of her iceberg.
Can't wait for more!
I am in no way a critic on any level and very possibly a cynic when it comes to a one Wo/man show however, with that said, this afternoon I enjoyed such a delightful and truly memorable ‘Theatrical Play’ that was surrounded with such desirable intrigue, an abundance of immense heartfelt laughter…”sincerely”. The play evolved with perpetual shear unbridled creative diversity on so many levels that simply coalesced around the charming unmeasured talents of a brilliant singular woman’s [Tiffany Phillips] performance…that yield cross-gender banter, soulful mesmerizing vocals that simply blended a tangible and humbling perspective from both… that far exceeded the admission costs! The realization of what can only be ascribed as the many indivi...
certified reviewerJune 23, 2013
Such a lovely performer and very funny show. Wanted to see more (more jerks and interactions!) -- and speaking of 'seeing' -- the lights didn't seem very bright. Also, hard to hear when she spoke softly, and we were in the second row. Good luck with expanding this (we hope/suggest)!...