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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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  • Lisa D. Newark, NJ

    Just saw H*** Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned at NJPAC and it was AWESOME! Hattie Mae was too funny! Looking forward to your next production and can't wait for the new seasons of Love Thy Neighbor and The Have And Have Nots! God Bless!

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  • Day Ba NJ

    Hi Mr. Tyler Perry, my husband & I enjoyed the play. As alway your work is EXCELLENT !!!! Can't wait for your future productions. The cast was superb!!!!!!!!! God bless u ALL

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  • FRANCIS FULLER WESTCHESTER NEW YORK

    HI TYLER I REALLY LOVE THE SHOW BUT THE SEAT WAS TO CLOSE AND THE PLAY WAS VERY AMAZING .GRANDMA HATTIE WAS OUT OF THIS WORLD SHE ALMOST HAD ME ON THE FLOOR WITH HER ROLE UP STOCKINGS AND THAT DANCE SHE DO I LOVE ALL OF IT SO KEEP IT COMING .

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  • Rosemary Latham New York, NY

    Good Afternoon Mr Perry, I am unable to find a tour list other than NY. After NY where is it playing? Are you going to DC? Thank you.

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  • Tonaya W Middletown, DE

    I went to see, H*** hath no fury like a woman scorned this pass Friday at the Merriam Theater, in PA. I just wanted to say, thank you for another GREAT PLAY!!! I had to put myself in time out a couple of times yesterday. LOL It would be great to see Madea, Bam and Hattie all in a play. Thanks!!

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  • Robin R. Rivera Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    I went to the first show on Friday night, it was a very good show, as they all have been. There is always a message in your plays. I think that everyone who was there got it. Females as well the Males who attended. The cast was absolutely awesome. They all have such beautiful voices. Hattie Mae for me just stole the show. She is always very entertaining. Can't wait to see what ever you bring to us here in Philly, next time. Thanks for a wonderful night out.

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  • delores washington United States

    i am from philly and this show was an very good insight on how us women become vulnerable or men when we are lonely. love the play.

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  • Jo richardson philadelphia

    Hi Tyler Perry. Just saw your new play and it was awesome mom a was awesome as she always is keep her with. A job smile may god. Continue to bless you

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  • Marj Barnett Philadelphia

    Hello Mr. Perry. Saw your new play in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon. The play was wonderful, hysterically funny and fabulous actors/singers. However, the Merriam theatre is torturous for anyone past their 20s. the seating is cramped , aisles are very narrow. Getting to our seats in the third row in the first balcony was difficult. Steps are steep, and short with no railings. The seats are too close to the row in front. At 5'1", my knees were only about 2 inches from the seat in front of me. The uncomfortable seating conditions made it difficult to really enjoy the play. Please, if possible, use another theatre and have someone inspect the facility for better seating, Any reason why no programs, other than the pricey ones, were available?

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  • Zulieka Porter Philly

    Went to the Sunday afternoon viewing @ the Merriam Theatre in Philly. Great message! So many of us (women) fall so hard, so fast & after its said & done; we forget to forgive. I know God & I know that forgiveness is for me, not the other person. THANK YOU for always make us look in the mirror so we can grow as individuals. Mama Hattie was hilarious!! "Tyler...YOU DID THAT!" (in my Shirly Strawberry voice)

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  • Gloria Stewart Ewing NJ

    On Sunday Oct. 5, I went to see this play and I really enjoyed it. Grandma Hattie stole the show. She was hilarious! Would have liked to see Madea, but it's all good because I enjoyed myself. God's blessings on your future endeavors!!

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  • Tina

    Mr. Perry, my husband and I had date night and we went to see your play in Philadelphia on Saturday 8pm. The play was awesome and my husband LOVES the singers you always have in your plays!! Thank you soo much for all your hard work. Please continue to do what you are doing in spite of those who criticize you. Love you and your performers!!

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