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Wimberley Players Present "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change"
Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts' four-star musical revue, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, plays weekends September 23 through October 16 at the Greenhouse Theatre in Woodcreek. Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 PM, Sundays at 2:30 PM.
A musical celebration of the modern-day dating game, this long running off-Broadway hit is proudly presented by the Wimberley Players with Lee Colee'-Atnip as Director, Terri Burney-Bisett as Producer, and a 10-member cast of talented singers and actors, most of whom are Greenhouse veterans.

Sandy Billings and Marvin Carson appeared in last year's 110 in the Shade at the Greenhouse, and recently performed at the Opera House in Pioneer Town with the comedy group, Flashback.  Sandy and Marvin have their first date at a "chick flick."

Calen Cabler was Maria in this summer's The Sound of Music, and portrays a geeky ingenue in search of Mr. Right.  Newcomer Calvin White of Austin, a new member of Flashback, plays Calen's equally geeky but earnest lover.

John and Carla Daws, husband and wife in real life, appear together in a sketch as a frustrated couple too tired for romance, and separately in the roles of a video dating divorcee' and an out-of-control prison inmate. Carla starred in the Players' production of Steel Magnolias earlier this year, and John held a lead role in 110 in the Shade.

Priya Hudson DiTraglia is another Greenhouse veteran, with recent credits for Steel Magnolias and Jake's Women.   Priya plays multiple roles in various sketches and songs throughout I Love You…to hilarious effect.

Carl Galente, a newcomer who just joined the Flashbacks, displays his talent in roles portraying a senior citizen rediscovering his love for his wife, an obnoxious commercial salesman, a new father, and more.

Two additional newcomers to the Greenhouse Theatre, Judith Driscoll and Carol Hoffstad, also take on a variety of roles including a nagging housewife, a busy yuppie businesswoman with no time for traditional dating habits, a needy single woman, etc., etc.

Now in its 9th year at New York's Westside Theatre, this witty musical has played to more than 700,000 people, grossed more than 60 million dollars worldwide, and has proved to be a hit in many languages. Act 1 explores the trials and tribulations of being single, while Act 2 gives a laugh-a-minute look at the mixed blessings of married life. To date, forty-six men have taken the theatre stage to make surprise proposals to their sweethearts, and, in all cases, the brides-to-be have happily accepted.  The musical touts itself as the most "proposal-friendly" spot in town!

You'll fall in love with this intoxicating revue of modern courtship and marriage that "provides the audience with a ripping good time" (reviewer's quote), so make your reservations now with Visa/MasterCard by calling (512) 847-0575.  Beginning September 19, you can buy your $13 tickets at the Box Office in the Ozona Motor Bank lobby on River Road.  Box Office hours are Monday-Friday, 1-5 PM.

Due to the adult theme, this production is suggested for mature audiences.

- Carolyn Hart -


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