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Yes…the title is absolutely true. One lesson to learn in life: you can’t scorn a woman and think you’ve achieved an accomplishment. It never works out!

Anita Lincoln is a very successful, modern day, single woman living with all the luxury items available. She thrives in life having a great job and lots of friends. She also takes care of family, especially her younger sister, Mona, and Grandma Hattie. Mona has found true love and is getting married, totally funded by her sister, Anita.

But there is just one thing with Anita, she wants a loving man in her life to fill a void. That’s when Jasmine, her best friend and work associate, comes in. Jasmine takes it upon herself to “help” Anita find her man by matching her with someone on the internet. Randy is his name; shame is his game. But all that, of course, is unbeknownst to Anita at the time. He is very charming and loving and supposedly well-to-do.

On a trip to Las Vegas, Randy convinces Anita to marry him and the tides turn; Randy is in charge. But, beware of Randy! And be careful how you handle your business. A scorned woman takes no wooden nickels. Anita is appalled by the circumstances and determined to take her life back. The tides turn once again with Anita making sure Randy never……

The rest of the production is unpredictable and entertaining! Don’t miss Tyler Perry’s “Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned”!

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  • Kimberly Flippen Broad Brook, CT

    Me and my husband went to see the play yesterday Sunday April 13th and had a BLAST! It was a GREAT show. We really enjoyed ourselves and not even the UCONN celebration parade was keeping us from going! We can't wait for the next play to come to CT we are there!

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  • Tasha Williams Boston, MA

    Went to see this play, last Sunday (April 13) - it was fantastic! Loved it, lots of laughs, great message. It was wonderful!

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    • Isaiah Williams Denver Colorado #1943959

      Sunday April 13 was my 19th birthday.

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  • Elizabeth Bridgeport, CT

    Went to see the play in Hartford, CT on Sunday. Great show. Very inspirational and uplifting. The laughter and messages are priceless. The singing talent just amazes me everytime I see one of your plays and what can I say about Hattie Mae? Hot mess but so funny! Love her. They were all awesome. Can't wait for the next one to come our way.

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  • Latasha King New Britian,CT

    I had an awesome time at this play.It was everything I expected and more. I had seen another play, a few years ago, so I knew I wouldnt be dissappointed. It definitely gave me so insite on my own life and I am still trying to figuere out, what I am missing. But I'm sure I will figuere it out, before its too late. I'm trusting in GOD with that one. P.S. In 1998, my aunt Sharon( who passed away in January 2014) introduced me to "Madea".I spent an entire 2 days watching all the plays at her house.I have been hooked every since.Thank you auntie. RIP

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  • Dorian Heath Owens Broad Brook CT

    Hi Tyler, wish to thank you for continuing to put The Bushnell in Hartford Connecticut on the tour schedule for your plays. I attended H*** Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned on Sunday April 14 3:00 PM performance with four friends. This was there first time seeing one of your plays live they watch the TV shows and have seen the movies. I have often stated they had to experience a live performance. Please continue to give us laughter and address topics that are relative to everyday life issues with God being the force for clarity. I enjoyed the entire cast as always Shirley Pepsi Riley was awesome!!! Sending prayers for the tour as they continue to travel and perform in each destination.

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    • Dorian Heath Owens Broad Brook CT #1943567

      Its Cheryl not Shirley.....

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  • Ms. G Hartford, CT

    H*** hath no fury like a woman scorned was great from the beginning till the end. Cheryl Pepsi Riley was amazing. Hattie Mae was excellent and funny as hell. The songs were inspirational . Hartford, CT loved your play come back and visit us soon.

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  • Ms. G Hartford, CT

    First time at wanna your plays it was magical, exciting and funny as hell. Had me thinking about my own life and about going out there in the world chasing my own dreams. One of my favorite parts was in the beginning when the bride and groom song their song to each other. Loved the part when part when Hattie Mae bust out singing drunk in love. Hope Linda chooses Phillip and love thy neighbor.

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  • Vickey Terrell Middletown, CT

    I just saw the play at the Bushnell in Hartford, CT. I loved the play. The singers were great, and the message was on point. The staging was well done, and I enjoyed the music. Grandma, Patrice Lovely, is great in her role and she made me laugh!!! If you get the chance to see the play, I encourage you to go and see it. You will enjoy it.

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  • Lionel Crawford

    Hilariously funny but with a strong message. Excellent!

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  • Judi lumpp hartford ct

    Saw the play ,it was awesome, great actors & actreess ,also the musical voices ! Thanks Tyler Perry another job well done!

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  • Janet Falconer-Crawford Bloomfield, Ct

    Everytine there is a Tyler Perry play at the Bushnell Theater in Hartford, CT I am there! I have never walked out disappointed. The stage set was awesome. The actors and music was phenomenal! The story line, believable and in some situations unfortunately true! Well Done!!!!

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  • Madison sparks Springfield MA

    This was my first live play EVER n it was great it had a good lesson to the many women out there it was funny when Hattie was singing drunk in love by Beyoncé n also when my mother yelled out saying "you should've shot him". An I enjoyed it for a 13 year old

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