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Actress and Comedian Sue Costello: "Minus 32 Million Words"
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4.4 average rating
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attended Mar 20 2010

The show was engaging. There were moments that were very sad and others that were hilarious and all of it was brilliantly acted.

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attended Apr 03 2010

I loved this show! She had our attention from the first moment to the last. It was a moving performance. Funny, sad and inspirational. Go see it!

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attended Apr 01 2010

Started slow, but like any goof Dot Rat Susan finished strong her memories of growing up Catholic in Boston were spot on.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Costello rivets the audience with a comic’s gift for delivery and wit and an actress’ skill with emotion.” -The Patriot Ledger
“Sue Costello’s charismatic performance is mesmerizing as you march with her through her teenage years on the Dorchester streets through her life in New York and Hollywood.” —Colin Quinn
“As a performer, Costello is energetic and fearless …_ Words _is long and at times indulgent, but it’s powerful, thanks to Costello’s frank charisma and her ability to mingle humor with tragedy.”-Boston Herald


Acclaimed comic, actor and writer Sue Costello tracks her life growing up in a chaotic home in Dorchester and how it led her to a desperate need for fame and money, and to the final realization that her past does not have to become her future. Alternately heartbreaking and hilarious, the show combines Costello’s street-smart Boston take-no-prisoners wit with her ability to bring an audience to tears.

Sue Costello co-created, produced, and starred in the self-titled sitcom “Costello”, for the Fox network. She has also appeared on “NYPD Blue”, “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn”, and “Last Comic Standing”. Ms. Costello has appeared in “Southie” with Donnie Walhberg, and in “Once in the Life” with Laurence Fishburne. This year, Sue Costello will be appearing in the upcoming film “The Fighter”, starring Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Mark Walhberg.