A reality television personality is taking her show on the road, and it’s coming to the Capital Region.
Theresa Caputo has been publicly connecting people with their deceased relatives for well over a decade. Despite her long-time reality show, ‘Long Island Medium’, coming to an end in 2019, Caputo is still providing her service to people around the country.
This fall, people of the Capital Region will have the chance to see it live.
‘Long Island Medium’ Theresa Caputo Coming to Albany’s Palace Theatre
As reported by ABC News 10 in Albany early on Tuesday, ‘Long Island Medium’ star Theresa Caputo is coming to the Palace Theater in Albany, New York, on September 10, 2022.
Caputo’s touring show, An Evening with Theresa, comes to the Capital Region after being rescheduled from May 21, 2022. Tickets are still available on Caputo’s website, and you can add a VIP Photo Opportunity to your evening for an additional fee.
Caputo has been doing large group events for years, and if you’re thinking about attending, here is what the event may look like:
Britannica defines a medium as “a person reputedly able to make contact with the world of spirits, especially while in a state of trance.” Those who have the abilities of a medium are able to speak with those who have passed on to the afterlife, something that often provides comfort to people who are grieving.
Throughout history, few mediums have garnered more attention than Theresa Caputo.
She rose to fame largely because of her reality television show, Long Island Medium. The show debuted on TLC in 2011, and ran until 2019, airing 176 total episodes. Each show would center around a new person, with a new story about a deceased friend or relative, a person with which Caputo would try to connect.
Now, I know what you’re probably thinking: is it real? The short answer to this question is I don’t know. What I can tell you is that Theresa Caputo is entertaining and captivating, and I’m sure the show will be fascinating at the very least.
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