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Yes…the title is absolutely true. One lesson to learn in life: you can’t scorn a woman and think you’ve achieved an accomplishment. It never works out!

Anita Lincoln is a very successful, modern day, single woman living with all the luxury items available. She thrives in life having a great job and lots of friends. She also takes care of family, especially her younger sister, Mona, and Grandma Hattie. Mona has found true love and is getting married, totally funded by her sister, Anita.

But there is just one thing with Anita, she wants a loving man in her life to fill a void. That’s when Jasmine, her best friend and work associate, comes in. Jasmine takes it upon herself to “help” Anita find her man by matching her with someone on the internet. Randy is his name; shame is his game. But all that, of course, is unbeknownst to Anita at the time. He is very charming and loving and supposedly well-to-do.

On a trip to Las Vegas, Randy convinces Anita to marry him and the tides turn; Randy is in charge. But, beware of Randy! And be careful how you handle your business. A scorned woman takes no wooden nickels. Anita is appalled by the circumstances and determined to take her life back. The tides turn once again with Anita making sure Randy never……

The rest of the production is unpredictable and entertaining! Don’t miss Tyler Perry’s “Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned”!

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  • Lillian and Terrance Pacoima, CA

    The play had some very good acting! My fiance and I went for his birthday. The theme, the plot, and message of the play was clear and the singing was phenomenal! . We would have loved to see a marriage between Anita an officer Larry at the end. It would have been a fantastic twist to have the plate end with someone singing a song at her wedding. Just like she sanThe play displayed very good acting. The theme, the plot, and message of the play was clear. We would have loved to see a marriage between Anita an officer Larry at the end. It would have been a fantastic and romantic plus at the end to have someone serenading Anita wiyh a wedding day ballad... just like she sang in the beginning at her sister's wedding. Another great play Mr Perry! Patrice Lovely added classic Tyler Perry humor! <3

  • Marlene Curley Los Angeles

    Momma Hattie, Momma Hattie....she was the life of the play and the play was great! What a powerful message or shall I say messages delivered throughout the play; forgiveness, being true to yourself, standing up for yourself and to wait on the Lord as you go through the process. Tyler, may the Lord continue to bless and keep you always; you have blessed me on several occasions and for that I thank you.

  • Kevin Montgomery Los Angeles

    Tyler Perry I just want to say I enjoyed the play in Los Angeles h*** has no fury like a women scorned I can't complain about anything it was absolutely superb the character that I love the most has to be hands down the old lady that plays the character on your hit show love thy neighbor thank you for being the black man you are

  • Lady G Long Beach

    My husband and I really enjoyed the play. I was very disappointed with the seating at the Wiltern. It was very conjested and uncomfortable. We also were disappointed that Madera didn't come and deal with that fool. Lol..... Awesome play Tyler!

  • Tiffany Los Angeles

    The play was GREAT! I hate that the venue was so horrible. The Wiltern is old and needs to be remodeled! The chairs were very uncomfortable.

  • Jackye Perry Inglewood

    The play was very good and touched on extremely powerful messages. If I could change one thing, it would be the ending. It was much too abrupt. There was no closure for the audience. Cheryl's character should have shared her prision expierence with her pastor and the family.

  • Donna San Diego

    I just saw H*** Hath No Fury in San Diego. The play was truly enjoyable and the cast was extremely talented! Thank you Mr. Perry for sharing your message of reality and hope.

  • James Camper Los Angeles, CA

    I recently moved to Los Angeles from Atlanta. Oh, what a joy and a wonder you are, Mr. Perry, to have as a Black public figure in a day and age when good Black role models are very slim. I want to work in one of your plays, movies, or productions. I am an upcoming talk show host and we have a lot of the same story; in reference to childhood memories, homelessness; etc. I'm 24 years old and am looking to go higher. Please contact me and let's do God's work together. "Hell Hath No Fury" was simply amazing and funny to the point of not even wanting to go to the restroom. I appreciate you, Mr. Perry. We appreciate your contribution to Hollywood. www.jamescamper.com

  • David Highland Park

    Attended performance at the Wiltern in Los Angeles yesterday. My mother, wife, and myself so enjoyed the show. The singing was unexpectedly wonderful. The cast was great; perfect. We laughed. I personally had tears in my eyes during the show. Tears of joy and also for those tender moments. I truly loved the spiritual message that I recieved; forgiveness, love, and faith. Thank you for such an enjoyable afternoon. Much Love and Blessing to all.

  • Angela Las Vegas, NV

    In addition to my earlier comment, Mr Perry, the Venue in San Diego was Very Nice and the people were "A" plus. Again, Magnificent!

  • Adrienne Jackson San Diego, CA

    I LOVED IT!!! Mr. Tyler Perry has another hit on his hand. When this movie comes out it will make record breaking sales once again. May GOD continue to bless you Mr. Tyler Perry . Keep up the GOOD work, it was just another breathtaking TYLER PERRY EXPERIENCE.. :)

  • Arleen Currie-Morse Lancaster, CA

    Excellent Play. I went with my Son, 13, & Daugwhter, 11. They both loved it. We were disappointed, that we didn't get see you. We went to the 3:00 Show @ the Wiltern. Hattie, as always was off the Chain. Cheryl Pepsi Riley played part great. I liked the girl that did splits she was great. Mr. Please comeback to Los Angeles, with another play. Thanks again, Arleen Currie-Morse

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