Margaret Cho's Edgiest Tour Yet -- The "Mother" Tour
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The last date listed for Margaret Cho: The "Mother" Tour was Thursday December 5, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Featured review from M Dub
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Balboa theatre is nice, but would not recommend it for balcony seating. The angle to the stage is almost vertical and I was a bit dizzy from trying to watch the show. I love Margaret Cho but this tour was just not as funny as some of her older bits. I will probably not choose another Goldstar event at Balboa Theatre for the likelihood of balcony seats.
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Funny, but not as funny as I've seen her. Still a good show. The venue wasn't so great. It was really warm inside & the seats are WAY too close together & TOO close to the row in front/behind! I'm 5'7" and 130lbs and I was uncomfortable. Don't...continued
Running time is approximately 90 minutes.
Not recommended for children.
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