Musical Comedy: I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
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The last date listed for I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change was Friday May 2, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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For the fourth year in a row, the talented singers and musicians of Music Box Theater bring the… More
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Featured review from SueRed Velvet
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My husband and I laughed, gave each other knowing looks and laughed some more! Anyone who's single, dating, newly wed, new parents, have years of parenting experience or been married "longer than most" can relate. We realized we were laughing at ourselves and it was "all good"! Thanks for a great "date night" from a married couple of 31 years.
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“If you’re in the mood for something frivolous and fun, or if you’re looking for the perfect show for a date, it simply doesn’t get any better than MJR Theatricals/Music Box Musicals’ mirthful production of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change.” —broadwayworld.com
This performance is not recommended for anyone under the age of 13.
The show runs two hours and 10 minutes, including an intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: MJR Theatricals/Music Box Musicals
MJR Theatricals (dba Music Box Musicals) is a 501©(3) non profit organization that was founded in 2012 by Artistic Director, Michael J. Ross and board members Danny and Robin Klaes.
At its home in Upper Kirby’s Music Box Theater, Music Box Musicals (MBM) was created to provide, quality, intimate, professional theatrical experiences for the Greater Houston community with a focus on employing Houston-based theatre artists.
The mission of MBM is to enrich the lives of greater Houston-area residents through performing arts, with a focus on employing Houston-based theater professionals. They are passionate about providing opportunities for the great talent pool in Houston. The long-term plan for the organization is to own its own facility where it can produce larger-scale productions, but still retain an “intimate theatre-going experience” for an audience.