14 December 2008

I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change



Back when I was young and awesome I used to go to the theater several times a year. But now that I'm a fat, old, lazy bum with a low sperm count I hardly ever go. I've been thinking about changing that and last weekend I got my chance with the fortunate coincidence of a friend's visit and the showing of You're Perfect, I Love You, Now Change at Playhouse in the Park (CityBeat's review).

The bottom line: see this play.

What to expect: hilarity, touching moments, insightful moments and good acting.

Be sure to notice: set design and direction. People behind the scenes deserve credit for what they do to make a good show better.

Where to sit: there are no bad seats but I recommend the first 4 rows (any section).

And think about: buying pre-paid parking with the tickets, especially if there is another play at the same time (A Christmas Carol, for example).

And here's a gratuitous shot of our pre-theater snack, two crepes, one savory and one sweet, courtesy of Francoise:

5 comments:

Renee said...

From 'the friend':

I completely concur with all comments here; this play was great. I will ad though that was made even better seeing it in great company. ;-)

Would highly recommend the crepes as well!!

LW said...

Can't wait to see it - We have tickets to the play this week! I heard there was supposed to be a happy hour meet up - What's the plan, man???

WestEnder said...

Next up... Spamalot!

Renee said...

Your gonna love Spamalot... a lot!

Enjoy!

liberal foodie said...

I really wanted to see this and bummed that I won't have a chance to. maybe they'll bring it back?