Friday, December 10, 2004

Charlotte Rep's "I Love You, You're Perfect. Now Change."
So. The show. We had a fine time. Mrs. Gordon took me to the Press Box. We ate a quick meal and had a couple of coctails. Then it was off to Booth Playhouse for "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" a musical comedy by Joe Dipietro and Jimmy Roberts. I had scored some tickets from work. Orchestra right. After the intermission we were even able to sit next to eachother. Woo. Anyway, the show was entertaining and not overly broadway~corny. The four vocalists could really belt it out. I'm amazed what you can do without amplification. The acoustics in Booth are super. The 'orchestra' was a simple piano+violin accompanyment. The drama unfolded the intracasies of male/female relationships throughout the different phases of dating/sex/marriage/divorce/child-rearing/death, etc... I found the title a bit misleading as it didn't seem to me that persons in the interpersonal relationships were actively attempting to change the other halves. Overall a good time was had. Kudos to Charlotte Rep.


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