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Stuffed Tickets

A bulimic, a compulsive eater, a confident overweight gal, and a chronically thin chick walk into a play and… what happens next could only be told by comic mastermind Lisa Lampanelli.

Discount Offers on Stuffed Tickets

Tickets just $49 - $59

Valid for performances - October 29, 2017

Discount will be added to your order during checkout at Telecharge Offers.

Discount up to $30

Regularly $75 - $85   •   Expires October 29th, 2017

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Call 212-947-8844 and mention code STBBX49
In Person
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Westside Theatre Downstairs: 407 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036

Discount Details

Mondays - Thursdays
$49 Orchestra

Fridays - Sundays
$59 Orchestra

The Fine Print

Offer valid for performances through 10/29/17. This offer cannot be combined with any other discount and is not applicable to previously purchased tickets. Limit 10 tickets per order. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. Offer subject to availability and includes a $1.50 facility fee. Normal phone and Internet service charges apply. Not all seats are discounted. Cast and schedule subject to change. Blackout dates may apply. Offer may be modified or revoked at any time without notice.

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About Stuffed - Off Broadway

Show Info

Oct 5, 2017
Oct 19, 2017

Stuffed Reviews

Time Out NY
STUFFED offers LAUGHS, GENUINE PAIN, and even a bit of INSIGHT… Lampanelli’s comedian-mode storytelling is her STRONGEST, FUNNIEST and MOST AFFECTING WORK.
The New York Times
The Hollywood Reporter


The four characters in STUFFED are a lifelong dieter, a bulimic, a confident overweight gal, and a permanent size-zero. The play features Lampanelli’s famously irreverent voice, signature wit, and an extra-large scoop of razor-sharp insight into the crazy-making world of our relationships with food. With Lisa onstage, alongside a talented cast, STUFFED 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?