I Love You, You're Perfect
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  Cast Of Characters
Wendy Douglas
......
Woman No. 1
Marc Ostroff
...... Man No. 1
Robin Shelby
...... Woman No. 2
Sean Spence ...... Man No. 2
     
Production Staff
Director
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Lewis Hauser
Producers
...... Sherry Coon, Cindy Dellinger
Music Director/Conductor/Pianist ...... Brian Murphy
Choreographer ...... Victoria Miller
Stage Manager ...... Mary Beth Sciarabba
Violinist ...... Dennis Timashpolsky
Set Design ...... Gene Smith
Lighting Design ...... William Wilday
Costume Design ...... Sherry Coon
Sound Design ...... Bill Prachar
Poster Design ...... Joan Reich
Lighting & Sound Operators ...... Andy Frew, Sherry Coon, Dennis Owens
Set Construction & Painting
......

Gene Smith, Sherman Wayne, Dennis Owens, Bill Minderhout, Joyce Gale Smith, Cindy Dellinger, Shirley Churgin, Dieter Holberg

Auditions ...... Sherry Coon, Babs Lebowsky
Publicity ...... Pam Sommer
Photography ...... Gaston Vidou, Bill Prachar
Program Design ...... Manfret Hofer
Program Production ...... Pacific Palisades Post
Program Advertising ...... Eva Holberg
Mailing ...... Sigrid Hofer
Poster Distribution ...... Eva Holberg, Martha Hunter, George Lissandrello
Box Office Manager ...... Diane Grant Feltham
House Managers ...... Eva Holberg, Sigrid and Arnold Hofer, Pat Perkins, Sylvia Grieb, Shirley Churgin, Gloria Depiante, Bee Campbell, Martha Hunter, Jaimie Keppel, Naomi Nedelman & Phil Gould, Mary Cole
Opening Night Reception ...... Martha Hunter
Special Thanks ...... Bill Minderhout, Joanne Reich, Andy Frew, Shirley Churgin, Barry Pearl, Joyce Gale Smith, Valerie Katigbak, Miaka Miller, Mike Macready, Santa Monica Theatre Guild, Sony
Website ......

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Director's Notes

To be human is to love and hopefully be loved in return; to share all that is good and bad in life and then try to pass on what you've learned to your kids (who know you're just too old to understand.) With that in mind, we decided to offer up some of our favorite quotes on relationships, ranging from the poetic to the pragmatic to the flippant but in their way, all very, very true. Enjoy!

"Love takes off masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within." —James Baldwin

"All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does. That's his." —Oscar Wilde

"Love is the wild card of existence." —Rita Mae Brown

"When I got my first television set, I stopped caring so much about having close relationships." —Andy Warhol

"Sometimes if you're lucky, someone comes into your life who'll take up a place in your heart that no one else can fill, someone who's tighter than a twin, more with you than your own shadow, who gets deeper under your skin than your own blood and bones." —Snoop Dogg

"Everybody loves somebody sometime . . . " —Dean Martin

"Love at first sight is easy to understand; it's when two people have been looking at each other for a lifetime that it becomes a miracle." —Amy Bloom

Marriage has no guarantees. If that's what you're looking for, go live with a car battery." —Erma Bombeck

"Love is a fire. But whether it is going to warm your heart or burn down your
house, you can never tell." —Joan Crawford

"You have to walk carefully in the beginning of love; the running across fields into your lover's arms can only come later when you're sure they won't laugh if you trip." —Jonathan Carroll

"Women marry men hoping they will change. Men marry women hoping they will not. So each is inevitably disappointed." —Albert Einstein

A Note On The Set

How does a set designer go about creating a background for almost twenty different settings in this funny, contemporary age musical play? For this play the intent is to make a scene where the actor and you, the audience, can freely imagine where you are and also to underscore some of the edgy uncertainty which the actors have with their situations and relationships to each other. The design of this set is intended to take a place with other works in today's world of fresh graphic forms, freer new architecture, provocative film work . . . and more. —G.S.

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