Somers, who is best known as the star of the hit 1970s sitcom Three's Company and a product pitchwoman on the Home Shopping Network, details the ups-and-downs of her life -- including her father's battle with alcoholism and her self-esteem issues -- in this 95-minute show that marks her Broadway debut.
In his review for TheaterMania, David Finkle wrote: "Think of the enterprise as a People cover story with music or as an expanded version of those Oprah Winfrey/Dr. Phil segments in which one-time personalities attempt to remain in a dimming spotlight by spilling the facts of a troubled childhood."
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