Loretta LaRoche in Get a Life! Sane Wisdom for an Insane World
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The last date listed for Loretta LaRoche: Get a Life! was Friday May 6, 2011 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
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Set on Dec. 4, 1956, this Tony-nominated Broadway musical tells the true-life story of the twist ...Learn More
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Featured review from Janice M. Lefebvre
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Loretta LaRoche was hilarious as was her warm-up performer. They kept my entire group of women laughing for almost 2 hours. We ate at Maxwell Silverman's before the show and used their shuttle service to the theater. Wonderful evening!
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Loretta LaRoche, acclaimed author, humorist and Emmy-nominated PBS star takes to the stage with her unique perspective on the challenges of today’s world. Fueled by her weekly column, she will enlighten you with her wit, wisdom and humor. Join her live as she teaches you how to Get A Life!
This acclaimed speaker, author and international stress management and humor consultant has evoked wit and irreverent humor on her audience for over 30 years. Using humor to reframe a stressful situation, Loretta captures a new perspective on the difficult parts of life. Her teaching style, credibility and incontestable humor are integral parts to her compelling presence. She is on the Mass General advisory council for anxiety and depression and is founder and president of The Humor Potential, Inc, a company offering programs and products for life style management. Loretta’s special brand of optimistic psychology has an undeniable positive effect on the health of all that are exposed to her. Loretta writes a weekly newspaper column titled, ‘Get a Life’ and is featured as a stress management expert on www.LLuminari.com, a community wellness website.
Organizations worldwide use Loretta’s prescription for laughter to manage stress in the workplace and improve morale. Her energetic conferences and keynotes serve to improve learning skills and leave her audiences in an enthusiastic frame of mind. Clients such as IBM, The New York Times, Fidelity Investments, Microsoft, the U.S. Dept. of Labor, and NASA, just to name a few, have used her material to defeat stress. She is a well-recognized TV personality on PBS with seven one-woman television specials airing on 80 PBS stations across the country and a bestselling author of 8 books.