I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change: Off-Broadway Musical Comedy
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The last date listed for I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change was Saturday February 16, 2013 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Broward Center for the Performing Arts - Abdo New River Room
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Orson Welles made history and scared the living daylights out of America with his 1938 radio drama… More
Reviews & Ratings
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excellent singing voices of performers
show content was just okay - not that entertaining or witty
some lyrics very clever, but the rest just mediocre
acoustics not very good - often muffled, words not enunciated clearly, difficult to hear the words - not our hearing!
musicians played too loudly, so that voices were drowned out at times
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We got tickets because it has run in NY - unfortunately, the time element was very evident. It seemed very outdated. One of our group thought her grandchild's high school musical was better than this. We did enjoy the live music though.
Quotes & Highlights
“A great date show! It’s Seinfeld set to music.” —The Star Ledger
The long-running off Broadway hit musical is updated for a new generation! A cast of four portrays over 20 roles in a collection of scenes and songs that scale the full spectrum of male/female relationships. From first dates, to pre-marital jitters, post-marital complaints, honeymoons, parenthood and divorces, the agony and ecstasy of relationships are celebrated with a simplicity and truthfulness that will leave you rolling in the aisles with laughter and privately wiping the tears from your eyes. Find everything you’ve ever wanted to know about dating, mating and marriage; husbands, wives, kids and in-laws but were afraid to ask about the trials and tribulations of dealing with the opposite sex. Parents who talk baby talk, men who talk and women who pretend to listen, infidelity and the injustice of long lines for the ladies room are just some of the issues that are hilariously skewed in Joe DiPietro’s hugely successful musical review.