I Love You, You're Perfect, Now ChangeBook and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro, Music by Jimmy Roberts
This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind
that contemporary conundrum know as "the relationship." Act I explores
the journey from dating and waiting to love and marriage, while Act II
reveals the agonies and triumphs of in-laws and newborns, trips in the
family car and pick-up techniques of the geriatric set. This hilarious
revue pays tribute to those who have loved and lost, to those who have
fallen on their face at the portal of romance, to those who have dared
to ask, "Say, what are you doing Saturday night?"
Prelude to a KissCharming and highly original, this fantastic comedy
focuses on the wonder and confusion of love in a romantic and
metaphysical thriller cleverly disguised as a light comedy that slowly
evolves into something dark but surprisingly beautiful. The story
revolves around a couple that meets, falls in love, and gets married.
But at the wedding reception something mysterious and supernatural
occurs and a story that began as a familiar comic romp turns into an
insightful examination of modern relationships.
The Best Little Whorehouse in TexasBook by Larry King and Peter Masterson; Music and Lyrics
by Carol Hall This happy go lucky view of small town vice and statewide
political sidestepping recounts the good times and the demise of the
Chicken Ranch. Governors, senators, mayors and even victorious college
football teams frequent Miss Mona's cozy bordello until that puritan
nemesis Watchdog focuses his television cameras and his righteous
indignation on the institution. Surprisingly innocent, the humor and
good nature of the piece make it cheerfully inoffensive. A tale told
with such liveliness, comedic wealth and detail that chiefly concerns
Texas politics one can’t help but be drawn into the world of the Chicken
Ranch as it prepares to face its final call.
A Streetcar Named DesireBy Tennessee Williams The play reveals to the very depths
the character of Blanche du Bois, a woman whose life has been
undermined by her romantic illusions, which lead her to reject—so far as
possible—the realities of life with which she is faced and which she
consistently ignores. The pressure brought to bear upon her by her
sister, with whom she goes to live in New Orleans, intensified by the
earthy and extremely "normal" young husband of the latter leads to a
revelation of her tragic self-delusion and, in the end, to madness.
Beautiful and tragic, the words of Tennessee Williams echo through the
alleyways of this timeless classic revealing to us our own fragile
nature in the face of society’s demands.
Guys and DollsBy Frank Loesser Guys and Dolls tells the story of a
group of small-time gamblers and the ladies in their lives. Nathan
Detroit bets his pal, Sky Masterson, that he can’t make the next lady he
sees fall in love with him, and when the next ‘doll’ happens to be the
prim and proper neighborhood missionary Sarah Brown, the stage is set
for an evening of high spirited entertainment, set to the toe-tapping
beat of Loesser's superlative score. Featuring spectacular favorites
such as “Luck Be A Lady,” “Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat,”
“Adelaide's Lament,” “If I Were A Bell,” and of course the wonderful
title song “Guys and Dolls.”