Bridezilla Strikes Back! -- Hilarious Tale of Reality TV Gone Awry
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The last date listed for Bridezilla Strikes Back! was Saturday May 19, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Up charge of $4.00 was added to check for no apparent reason along with a 20% gratuity when service was poor. The waiter did not return to our table until well into the performance when we no longer wanted to order food. The men's bathroom was horrible as you had no privacy while urinating into what appeared to be a stylized sink or water trough. Help, wake these people up who sacrifice comfort for "style". The show was good but I, for one will not go back until improvements are made.Distorted Diznee info • Jun 02 2014 star this tip starred
Quotes & Highlights
“In the irresistible cautionary tale Bridezilla Strikes Back!, Cynthia Silver comes off as kind of an American Bridget Jones … it’s sure fun to watch.” —_The New York Times _
“From its laugh-out-loud opening to its unexpectedly sweet ending, Bridezilla Strikes Back! is a delight.” —Broadway.com
Cynthia Silver, the unwitting star of the inaugural season of FOX TV and WE Network’s hit series Bridezillas, returns to the stage with her award-winning Reality TV expose Bridezilla Strikes Back! Co-written by Kenny Finkle, this cautionary tale was awarded Outstanding Solo Show at the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival. This newly updated version is directed by Paul Urcioli.