I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE

The second longest running Off-Broadway Show in history finally arrived in Hamburg! Hilariously funny, not to be missed. 

How does one deal with romantic love and marriage in today’s world? This is the question posed by this delightful revue-like musical as it moves from couples on their rst disastrous date, through courtship, the ups and downs of marriage and raising children, then divorce and old age. Serious stuff is always the basis of the best comedy, and this fast paced show is no exception. It employs various musical styles from the classic ballad to country- western, Latino, pop and rock. The show’s magical balance of comic and tender moments, timeless content, hilarious dialogue and clever lyrics, made it the second longest running off- Broadway musical in history with over 5000 performances. It was also nominated for the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical. 

 

 

Creative Team

Direction/Choreografie: PAUL GLASER

Musical Director: JAMES MIRONCHIK / MARINA KOMMISSARTCHIK

Set Design: MATHIAS WARDECK

Costume Design: PATRICIA ROYO

Lighting Design: PAUL GLASER

Light & Sound Technician: RALF JUNKER / SEAN KÖHLMOOS

Properties/Stage Management: REBECCA DELMAS

Properties/Stage Management: BIANCA MAES

Set Design Assistant: RENÉ AHNERT

Hairstyling: BIRGIT WOLF

London Casting: GORDON GRIFFIN MBE

Cast

Woman One ALEXANDRA FISHER

Man One ALEX WADHAM

Woman Two ALICE REDMOND

Man Two SCOTT ELLIS

Pianist JAMES MIRONCHIK

The English Theatre of Hamburg e.V. is a private, professional theatre, the first to be founded in the whole of Germany.

It is subsidized in part by the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and is a non-profit organization and a member of the Deutscher Bühnenverein. Enjoy one of our evening or daytime performances of an English language play. Our international audience includes students of English as well as native speakers.

We present distinguished plays of all genres in the original English on a professional basis in our efforts to contribute to international communication through language and the art of the theatre.