After a successful 2016 run with WP Theater, Lisa Lampanelli's play about four women and their radically different relationships with food and body image transfers Off-Broadway. More…
A lifelong yo-yo dieter, a bulimic, a confident overweight gal, and a permanent size zero who can’t gain weight walk into a play...and what happens next could only be dished up by comedy star Lisa Lampanelli in her first foray into theater. 'Stuffed' features the comedian's irreverent voice, signature wit, and an extra-large scoop of razor-sharp insight into the complicated world of our relationships with food. This show doesn't shy away from tough questions like: Is eating an ice cream sandwich in the shower as emotionally fulfilling as it sounds? When it comes to jeans, what's better: muffin top or camel toe? And, if Oprah, the most powerful person in the world, can't conquer her food issues, what can the rest of us do but laugh as we try?
See it if you enjoy the humor of Lisa Lampanelli who is hilarious. Well staged and written. Good skits about weight gain and loss. Talented cast.
Don't see it if you don't like stories about weight gain or loss or the humor of Lisa Lampanelli.
See it if it's re-worked AGAIN for its third reincarnation. The weakest parts of the show were each scene-break when Lisa did her stand-up shtick.
Don't see it if you don't like raunchy (but real) humor. I'm not a Lampanelli fan AT ALL, yet I enjoyed the writing. Good jokes, and solid serious moments.
See it if you want a show closer to a stand-up routine than a play. A series of related skits explore female weight issues with humor.
Don't see it if you don't like off-color language and/or you want a show with a well defined plot.
See it if If you are overweight or obsessed with food like I am. It's a really fun and entertaining show.
Don't see it if If you prefer a show with a strong plot.
See it if You enjoy stand-up comedy and aren't expecting a masterful production.
Don't see it if You prefer a more in-depth looks at themes of body politics, women's identities, and feminism.
See it if you've ever dieted or had any food issues. You'll identify w/the talented actors & laugh like crazy. But you'll also be moved by sad stories
Don't see it if You need a linear story line. You're not interested in personal sad stories. But, these characters all live and thrive on stage.
See it if you can relate to food/eating issues. This show touches on the various ways that food sometimes rules our lives.Funny, self-analyzing show!
Don't see it if you can't relate to food/eating issues.
See it if You like Lisa Lampanelli's raunchy comedy, or have struggled with body/weight issues. You're female, or don't mind show featuring all women.
Don't see it if You like sophisticated comedy, and not in a revue motif. You don't enjoy a show featuring an all-female cast and subject of food & weight.
See it if you want in your face jokes. It is stand up between exaggerated monologues.
Don't see it if you don't like 'stupid' funny or if you want more substance-It feels like they almost got at something interesting but it didn't make it.
See it if the stories of women interest within a casual 80 min of stand up, dialogue and some emotionally filled monologue.
Don't see it if your looking for a traditional narrative or casual unstructured theatre doesn’t appeal to you.
See it if you like Lisa Lampanelli and appreciate her loud, crass humor.
Don't see it if you prefer a play with a plot and well developed characters and don't find a lot of humor in serious food issues like anorexia and bulimia.
See it if You enjoy Lisa Lampanelli and her work. She is charming.
Don't see it if You enjoy quality playwriting. This "play" is lists of foods Lisa likes, moments of vulnerability from her past, and underwritten characters
See it if You are a Lisa Lampanelli fan, or want to see a comedic discussion on life rather than a narrative
Don't see it if You're looking for more traditional narrative theatre, you get offended easily
See it if If you’re too fat to skinny trying to gain weight trying to lose weight not happy with your weight Or appearance and wouldn’t mind a laugh
Don't see it if If you’re not open to comical comments about issues with weight.
See it if you are a woman who has ever had issues with her weight (almost all!), or are a sympathetic male
Don't see it if if you are judgmental about women and their weight and looks, in which case you wouldn't want to see it anyway!
See it if you want to waste time & money. This show has ADD; it flits from one conceit to another w/no wisdom and little humor. I was bored & angry.
Don't see it if you have respect for women. The food obsession wears thin. Only likable part is LL's solo about her BF. I would've happily skipped this show
See it if you want to see a professional comic, Lisa Lampanelli, delivering one-liners about her weight that convulse the audience
Don't see it if other 3 characters are forgettable stereotypes; can't wait for them to make way for Lisa L and her zingers