I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change
through May 19, 2018
This is really a cabaret review type of show. The subject is one we continually deplore and explore . . . the relationships between men and women. A cast of 9 players play and sing their way through all of the many roles. There are 19 individual skits which start from the tentative first attempts to hook up, through the games men and women play, the designs and plans of parents gone awry, through the baby comes first years, married sex and finally into the twilight of personal relationships.
Joe DiPietro wrote this one, with Music by Jimmy Roberts. It’s just a good time, mostly for the over 40 crowd. The play is directed by Nancy Jensen who also is musical director. The piano by Annie Cook adds a very cozy and intimate touch to the entire production.
This is the kind of show that would do well on a cruise ship or touring to some adult centers. They play only 17, 18 and 19, so get more info, tickets and directions at their website, CenterStageNorth.org