PHOTO CALL: I Love You, You're Perfect Still Hasn’t Changed After 4,000 Performances

News   PHOTO CALL: I Love You, You're Perfect Still Hasn’t Changed After 4,000 Performances
 
The comedic take on life, love and relationships known as I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change recently played its 4,000 performance at Off-Broadway's Westside Theatre.

Written by Jimmy Roberts and All Shook Up’s Joe DiPietro, the romantic comedy with songs opened on Aug. 1, 1996 and has been going strong – through numerous casts and the closing of other hundreds of less successful musicals – ever since. Below, violinist Patti Ditzel, cast members Chip Phillips, Anne Bobby, Jamie LaVerdiere, Jodie Langel and musical director-pianist Kim Douglas Steiner celebrate the 4,000th performance of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change at the Westside Theatre, located at 407 West 43rd Street in New York City.

Photo by Aubrey Reuben


From Left: Patti Ditzel, Chip Phillips, Anne Bobby, Jamie LaVerdiere, Jodie Langel and Douglas Steiner.
From Left: Patti Ditzel, Chip Phillips, Anne Bobby, Jamie LaVerdiere, Jodie Langel and Douglas Steiner.
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