A Ranting, Out-of-Control Woman Delayed the Start of a Play
If you haven’t seen this: A video has gone viral of a female audience member going on an epic rant that delayed the start of a play by 30 minutes last Friday in Minneapolis. It was opening night of “A Christmas Carol” at the Guthrie Theater.
The clip is about a minute long, but it’s only a fraction of what she put the audience through. She was furious from the start as she stood up in the aisle and yelled at the top of her lungs.
She said everyone should “get out of my country” . . . she told someone, quote, “You ruined MY night at the play? Yours is going to suck.”
She said they’re all “mocking Shakespeare while watching an English play in the round” . . . and screamed “Macbeth” several times. (Saying “Macbeth” in a theater is supposed to bring bad luck.)
A theater reviewer in the audience said her rant had “nothing to do with masks or vaccines.” And when the staff tried to get her to leave, she “hunkered down in her seat.” It took about 30 minutes before the police arrived and removed her.