“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change,” a wry analysis of relations between the sexes, returns to Folsom. Long popular at the late Garbeau’s, it’s now on stage at the Sutter Street Theatre, in a production that’s better than ever. Deftly directed by Susan Mason, its polished cast of four, with a fine sense of comedy, takes on multiple roles as they illustrate the often-rocky stages between youthful dating and death.
The first act, covering courtship and including family relationships, takes us to marriage. The more somber second act leads us through parenting to old age. For a full-scale review, go to http://villagelife.com/story.php?id=692.0.