I Never Met A Jerk I Didn't Like

solo performance · tarrt productions · Ages 16+ · United States

one person show
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HOLLY DERR certified reviewer June 29, 2013
Fantastic show!... full review
BOB LEGGETT examiner.com certified reviewer June 07, 2013
Not since Kimleigh Smith T-O-T-A-L-L-Y performed during the 2010 Fringe has an actress so dominated the boards as did Tiffany Phillips in last night's preview. This play is a monster hit and most worthy of your attendance. Check out my full review at Examiner.com. ... full review
ANGELA TOM certified reviewer June 26, 2013
Go see Tiffany Phillip's one-woman show, "I Never Met a Jerk I Didn't Like." Tiffany Phillips is a force to be reckoned with! I was amazed how she was able to embody these characters of the "jerks" in her life (men and women). She brought hilarity to these outrageous characters. She was also able to be vulnerable and comfortable to just be her and reveal her true self.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 11, 2013
Ok, it should not be legal to be soooo freaking funny. Not just funny but down right, out and out, great acting going on at the Asylum. If you missed it, you still have several opportunities to catch a show but I have no doubt tickets may get harder and harder to come by the longer you wait. Tiffany takes you on a journey, flawlessly weaving from story to story and touching on every emotion known to man kind. So many fun twists and turns and all of it told from a vulnerable deep rooted truth. You don't want to miss this. You will either be saying, "I'm glad I did OR I wish I had". Incredible show!... full review
BROOKE SILVA certified reviewer June 16, 2013
Very funny! Tiffany's characters are detailed and specific. it's a very entertaining and relatable journey, as a woman. the transition before the Vanessa monologue could be clearer. It was s little muddy. and overall I think the dramatic arc could be more pronounced. there seemed to be the same tone throughout. I would have liked to see tiffany change more as she experienced these different states of dating mindset. all in all though, i had a good time and was left with thoughts. tiffany is obviously talented! ... full review
KIMLAI YINGLING certified reviewer June 17, 2013
This show is like a one stop shop for an afternoon of funny. There are so many different elements that make it relatable to both men and women and we all know when you can relate to something after the fact it equals funny. Tiffany takes you through a journey from being bullied in school to bad dating experiences to being the girl that ends up with the prize. We've all been through silly relationships whether directly or indirectly and Tiffany does great justice in playing all the crazy characters she has experienced in her life and bringing them back in full force to share with her audience. The transitions between characters is seamless. I would highly recommend catching this one woman show. She writes, she acts and she sings...what else c... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 18, 2013
This one woman show was very entertaining and hit on a lot of key points when it comes to relationships and how she handled them. Tiffany's has a funny unique perspective as she acts out the characters from her past with real comedic effect. Check this play out! ... full review
PAT MUSICK certified reviewer June 18, 2013
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."... full review
DOROTA SKRZYPEK certified reviewer June 23, 2013
Tiffany Phillips did a fantastic job with bringing out the laughs and the introspection in her wild, one-woman ride. ... full review
MARK JIMMERSON certified reviewer June 24, 2013
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... full review