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I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

Show Information

17 September, 2015 - 26 September, 2015
7:30 pm
Bakehouse Black Box Theatre
Tickets: Full $30, Concession $25, Under 17 $20, Group (10+) $20
2pm matinee will be staged on 20 September.
EXTRA SHOW ADDED - Sat 26 September at 2pm.



Director Aaron-David Palmer
Musical Directors Brian Davis
Sharon Leppard
Director’s Assistant Gemma Marchant
Production Managers Bronwyn Prater
Fiona Kennan
Technical Adviser Nick Lancaster
Set Design Nick Lancaster
Aaron-David Palmer
Set Construction Phil Croke
Dick Hutchinson
Wardrobe Wendy Russell
Heather Watts
Makeup Vicky McKenzie
Sound Matt Dowling
Tech Assistant Bailey Ciavarella
Lighting Ian Smith
Lighting Operation Ian Smith
Properties Clare Rich
Isabelle Vincent
Marketing/Publicity Jamie Lea
Graphic Design Aaron-David Palmer
Front of House Dale Roberts
Wendy Platt
Amy Hollow
Nicky Pummeroy
Tania Stone
Maddie McAuliffe
David Abbey
Steve Condron
Phil Croke
John Foster



Jennifer Louise Manning
Robert Robert Holian
Melissa Sueanne McCumstie
Jordan Adam Poole

About I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Music by Jimmy Roberts

Originally Produced in New York by James Hammerstein, Bernie Kukoff and Jonathan Pollard
Original Direction by Joel Bishoff
Originally produced by the American Stage Company
James N. Vagias, Executive Producer

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change is an hilarious romp through the often madcap world of relationships. From first date nerves and meeting the parents, to finally tying the knot and navigating the world of having time for sex post kids, to the wonders of dating at funerals in your eighties; I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change takes you through there whole gamut of relationship do’s, dont’s and beyond!

Subtitled ‘Everything you have ever secretly thought about dating, romance, marriage, lovers, husbands, wives and in-laws but were afraid to admit’, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change first opened off-Broadway in 1996 where it ran for more than 5000 performances.  The desire for love is a fundamental urge, but perhaps as basic is the drive to remake the object of your affection.  That’s the funny and poignant premise of Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts’ record breaking musical.

Audience advice: Production contains adult themes and some coarse language. Suitable for those aged 15+


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