Swiping Through Love: REP's "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" Takes Audiences on a Rollercoaster of Modern Romance

Repertory Philippines (REP) is set to bring audiences a rollercoaster of laughs and poignant moments with their latest production, "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change." Running from June 14 to July 6 at the Carlos P. Romulo Auditorium in RCBC Plaza, this musical comedy explores the complexities of modern relationships with a fresh perspective.

Written by Joe DiPietro with music by Jimmy Brooks, "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" first premiered at the Westside Theatre in 1996. Set in a bustling metropolis reminiscent of today's world, the show delves into the nuances of love and dating in the digital age, tackling topics like swiping left or right, navigating situationships, and dealing with ghosting.

What sets this production apart is its stellar cast of four actors portraying a whopping 40 characters, each bringing a unique flair to the stage. Gian Magdangal, known for his exceptional singing and acting chops, returns to REP after his memorable performance in "Carousel," which earned him critical acclaim. Joining him is Gabby Padilla, a rising star recognized for her film roles and recent accolades.

Krystal Kane makes her comeback after a hiatus, bringing her theatrical expertise to the production. Marvin Ong, a PHILSTAGE Gawad Buhay Awardee, also joins the cast, adding his remarkable talents to the mix. The production is further supported by swings Barbara Jance and Davy Narciso, adding depth and versatility to the ensemble.

Behind the scenes, an exceptional team of creatives is working tirelessly to bring this production to life. Assistant Director Cara Barredo, Musical Director Ejay Yatco, Set and Costume Designer Joey Mendoza, and others are all on board to create a visually stunning and emotionally resonant experience for audiences.

Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo, the director of this production, aims to create a show that resonates with audiences of all ages and relationship stages. She emphasizes that love, despite its challenges and miscommunications, endures through laughter, wit, and genuine human connection.

For those interested in experiencing this delightful production, tickets and show schedules can be found on REP's website or social media pages. Don't miss this opportunity to laugh, cry, and rediscover the beauty of love in all its forms with "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" at REP.

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