Welcome Friends!

Artistic Director Randy O'HaraRemember laughter? It certainly seems like nowadays anytime you turn on the tv, radio, look at your phone or read a newspaper there is something to get you down. Compound that with these past few COVID years and you’ve got a real recipe for sadness. However, you’ve come to the right place to get the perfect medicine to help you say “bye-bye” to those blues!

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change is the comedy revue we all need right now. With its infectious score and hilarious script we are taken on a journey that uses stereotypes, satire and slapstick comedy to help us earnestly reflect on all those odd little idiosyncrasies and nuances that go into dating and partnership.
Throughout history the mating game has been at the center of society, and why wouldn’t it be? It rife with gossip, drama, betrayal, lust, love and passion- all things that keep humans engaged and hopeful… why do you think the world has been so captivated by Bridgerton?

Relationships are hard. Everyone knows this… or at least they pretend to know this. It’s only through the work and the day in and day out that you realize just how much goes into cultivating a deep and meaningful partnership. Serious work, and just when you think you’ve reached the top and are all set, you round a bend and find a whole new obstacle and mountain to climb. Sounds fun right? I can see everyone rushing out of the theatre now to go get serious and settle down.

Now take all of that and throw it out the window because you didn’t come here tonight to ruminate on serious philosophy and the meaning of love and partnership. You came to laugh. And what better place to laugh than with a group of like minded people at a theatre. You could have been anywhere tonight- but you all chose to be with us, and I think that is the smartest choice you can make! We are about to spend about two hours together being silly, sharing our hearts, and taking a minute to revel in the simple and oft overlooked aspects of dating, love, loss and the magic that is created when you share your heart with someone.
Randy O’Hara

Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory


Book and Lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Music by Jimmy Roberts
Orchestrations by Doug Katsaros

Directed by Erica Abrahamson
Music Direction by Matt Mattei

Originally produced in New York by James Hammerstein, Bernie Kukoff and Jonathan Pollard; Original direction by Joel Bishoff

Originally produced by the American Stage Company, James N. Vagias, Executive Producer

I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals. www.concordtheatricals.com

Video or Audio recording of this performance by any means is strictly prohibited.

Special Thanks:
Sara Steppe, Beach Hut Deli, Portola Piano, Musson Theatrical, Pro Piano Inc., and our incredible volunteers and ushers.

Performance Dates: April 21st – May 8th
Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 East Hillsdale Boulevard, Foster City, CA 94404

The performance lasts approximately 2 hour and 10 min (Including a 15-minute intermission)

Please note the location of all exits. Please turn off your cell phones and other electronic devices. Photography, videotaping, or other recordings of this production is strictly prohibited. No food or drink will be allowed in the theatre. Masks, covering your nose and mouth, must be worn at all times while in the building. Enjoy the show!

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1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd.,
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Land Acknowledgment

Hillbarn Theatre acknowledges that it resides on the traditional land of the Ramaytush Ohlone people and honors with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.


Randy O’Hara
Artistic Director

Pam Lampkin
Interim Managing Director

Adrienne Kaori Walters
Conservatory Director

River Bermudez-Sanders
Resident Stage Manager and Dramaturge

Brigitte Losey
Social Media Associate and Box Office Lead

Eric Olson
Technical Director

Alan Hafter
Box Office Associate

Eve Cheney
Box Office Associate

Kevin Low
Facilities and House Manager

Judy Gee
Front of House Manager

Board of Directors

Lisa WolfKlain

Craig Courtin
Vice President

David Grisham

Jan Pickering

Paul Reagan
Past President

Michelle Ayoob
Liz Buljan
Doris Duncan
Saili Gosula
Anthone Jackson
Robert Sloss
Gary Stanford Jr.
Sara Steppe
Mark Watson

Board Emeritus

T. Jack Foster Jr.
Honorary Chair

Mary Moore
Gary Harris
Rosemary Rodd
Nancy Lee Jalonen
Rich Biederman
Norm Book
Christine Krolik
Regina Quigley
Lori Silverstein
Judy Waterman

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Show Cast

*Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Samantha Rose Cardenas* – Woman #1
Hayley Lovgren – Woman #2
Jack O’Reilly – Man #1
Keith Pinto* – Man # 2
Catherine Rieflin – Understudy

Production Team

Erica Abrahamson – Director
Matthew Mattei – Music Director
Danielle Santana-Combs – Stage Manager
Ron Ho – Lighting and Sound Design
Matt Owens – Set Design
Ashley Garlick – Costume Design
Javi Harnly – Scenic Artist
Xandra Nemchik – Props Designer
Eric Olson – Crew
Adria Olson – Crew
Alex Rosenberg – Dresser
Chloe Levadoux – Dresser
Pam Lampkin – Interim Managing Director
River Bermudez-Sanders – Resident Stage Manager
Brigitte Losey – Box Office/ Social Media Manager
Eric Olson – Technical Director
Eve Cheney – Box Office Assistant
Alan Hafter – Box Office Assistant

Musical Numbers

Cantata for a First Date – Company
Not Tonight, I’m Busy, Busy, Busy – Woman #2 and Man #2
A Stud and a Babe – Man #1 and Woman #1
Single Man Drought – Woman #1 and Woman #2
Why? ‘Cause I’m a Guy – Man #1 and Man #2
Tear Jerk – Man #2 and Woman #2
The Lasagna Incident – Woman #1 and Man #1
I Will Be Loved Tonight – Woman #1
And Now the Parents – Company
Hey There, Single Gal/Guy – Company
Satisfaction Guaranteed – Company
He Called Me – Woman #1 and Company
Cantata Reprise #1/Wedding Vows – Company

Cantata Reprise #2 – Man #1 and Woman #1
Always a Bridesmaid – Woman #2
The Baby Song – Man #2
Marriage Tango – Man #1 and Woman #2
On the Highway of Love – Company
Waiting Trio – Woman #2, Man #1 and Woman #1
Cantata Reprise #3 – Man #2 and Woman #1
Shouldn’t I Be Less In Love With You? – Man #1
I Can Live With That – Woman #2 and Man #2
I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Finale) – Company

Who's Who

*Actors appear courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Samantha Rose Cárdenas*

Woman #1
Samantha (she/her) is a critically-acclaimed bicoastal actress in the Bay Area and New York City. Most recently seen as Anne Egerman in 42nd Street Moon’s A Little Night Music. Favorite roles include Peggy Sawyer (42nd Street; BATCC Nomination), Olive Ostrovsky (The 25th Annual…Bee; TBA Nomination), Nina (In the Heights; TBA Award), Millie (Thoroughly Modern Millie), Maria (West Side Story), Ariel (The Little Mermaid), Mallory/Avril (City of Angels), Emily Webb (Our Town), and Heather Duke (Heathers: The Musical; TBA Award). Samantha is also a private voice teacher and performance/audition coach.  samantharosecardenas.com
IG: @samantharosecardenas.
For Mom

Hayley Lovgren

Woman #2
Hayley (she/her) was born and raised in the Bay Area. Most recently she appeared as Ensemble in A Gentleman’s Guide… (42nd Street Moon), Kiki in *Significant Other (*SF Playhouse), Drood in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (3Below) and got all dolled up to play King Herod in the all female production of JC Superstar at Ray of Light which earned her a TBA award. She also screamed her head off in the west coast premiere of Silence! The Musical,  a musical parody of Silence of the Lambs *(*Ray of Light/Cloud 9), and Lizzie (City Lights Theatre Company. Hayley has also performed in SF Sketchfest and Chicago Sketchfest in 3 Woman, 1 Woman Show. She received a BA in Theatre Arts from Santa Clara University, and an MFA in Musical Theatre from The Boston Conservatory.

Jack O’Reilly

Man #1
Jack (he/him) is delighted to return to the Hillbarn stage, where he was last seen in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.  Bay Area: A Little Night Music, Titanic in Concert, Saturday Night (42nd Street Moon), Violet, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, La Cage Aux Folles (Bay Area Musicals), Man of La Mancha (Custom Made Theater Co.). Washington, D.C. area: Jesus Christ Superstar (McClean Community Players), The Great American Trailer Park Musical (Dominion Stage), 13 Men (DC Fringe). Jack spent a year touring the world with the Whiffenpoofs of Yale University and is a vocal harmony enthusiast. He’s grateful to his family, friends, and all supporters of theater in the Bay.A

Keith Pinto*

Man #2
Keith (he/him) is so happy to be back on the Hillbarn stage after appearing in Sweeney Todd as “Sweeney” and Cabaret as “The Emcee” (TBA Award). He received Critics Circle awards for his role as “Bill” in Me and My Girl (42nd Street Moon) and his choreography of Colossal (San Francisco Playhouse) as well as a TBA award for his choreography of Altar Boys (CenterRep). Other favorites include 1776 (American Conservatory Theater), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (San Jose Stage), Company (San Francisco Playhouse), The Underpants (CenterRep) and Dames at Sea (42nd Street Moon)

Catherine Rieflin

Understudy (Woman #1)
Catherine (she/her) is excited to be back at Hillbarn working on I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change with such an outstanding cast. Some of her favorite roles include Veronica Sawyer in Heathers (PSP), Serena in Legally Blonde (Hillbarn Theatre), Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof (Sacred Heart Prep), and Louise in Gypsy (PSP). When she’s not onstage, Catherine works as a Human Resources Business Partner for LinkedIn. Lots of love to her family and friends who never miss a show and to the cast and crew for making this such a fun production to be a part of!

Erica Wyman Abrahamson

(she/her) is excited to return to Hillbarn directing I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE. A transplant CA girl, Erica landed in San Francisco in 1990 where she spent over a decade wearing big hats and creating very attention-grabbing characters in San Francisco’s longest running cabaret and jewel, Beach Blanket Babylon.
After leaving BBB in 2000, Erica focused on her entrepreneurial spirit, having served as one of two founding members of a local talent agency, Show Off Talent, which catered to commercial, print and film media. Erica has more than 25 years of experience teaching and directing theatre throughout the Bay Area, including running Hillbarn’s Conservatory through 2018.
Recent directorial productions include The Santaland Diaries, Big Fish, West Side Story (2018 BACC Winner), Cabaret (2017 TBA Winner), Sweet Charity, The Producers and Big.
Her recent performances include The Drowsy Chaperone (Drowsy), 42nd Street (Dorothy), Cabaret (Sally), Crazy for You (Irene), Damn Yankees (Lola), Grand Hotel (Flaemmchen), Nunsense (Robert Ann) and I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Woman #2).
Erica is married to Stu, a Silicon Valley businessman and retired Navy Commander. Together, they have a son, Jack.
Thank you to the entire team!

Matthew Jon Mattei

Music Director
Matthew is happy be back on the MainStage at Hillbarn once again with I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Other Hillbarn MainStage productions have included Forever Plaid, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Annie (2002, 2017) and sometime conductor of Sweeney Todd. Matthew is also the Musical Director for Tri-School Productions (Mercy, Notre Dame and Serra), and plays keyboards for many different shows in the Bay Area. In 2010, he directed the regional premiere of Sunset Blvd for Palo Alto Players. Matthew is the Technology Coordinator/Music Teacher at Our Lady of Angels School and is Director of Music Ministry at Our Lady of Angels Parish in Burlingame. Matthew is the proud Papa of Leo, his miniature schnauzer.

Danielle Santana Combs

Stage Manager
Danielle (she/her) stage-managed the award-winning production West Side Story at Hillbarn Theatre in 2019, as well as the TBA-award-winning production of Cabaret in 2018. She’s also stage managed for PBT, Broadway By the Bay, and many other companies since 2002. Some favorite shows include Peter Pan, Cabaret, Sweet Charity,  La Cage Aux Folles, Into the Woods, & Thoroughly Modern Millie. Danielle enjoys working with youth theatre groups training the theater community of the future in the Bay Area. She currently works with Borel Middle School Dream Theatre and Charles Armstrong school SMing their spring musicals. Thanks to Brian, Ollie, & Fia for loaning me to the theatre for the last couple months.

Ron Ho

Sound & Lighting Designer
Ron (he/him) has served as a technical director, lighting and sound designer for many local community theaters in the Bay Area. The shows are too numerous to list. He is thrilled to be working for Hillbarn, there are many wonderful people that he gets to work with and he feels privileged to be working with these folks.

Matthew Owens

Scenic Designer
Matthew (he/him) is a Bay Area-based scenic designer, technical director, and interior designer. He has worked as a theatre-maker both locally and back home in New Zealand. Matt most recently designed for Hillbarn Theatre’s Ain’t Misbehavin’, and ALTArena’s La Cagé. His other credits include San Mateo High School’s Crazy For You, The Rocky Horror Show (TD, Ray of Light), Caroline or Change (TD, Ray of Light), Gypsy (Bay Area Musicals).

Ashley Garlick

Costume Designer
Ashley (she/her) is an actress and costume designer in the Bay Area. You might have seen her most recent costume designs onstage in A Little Night Music and Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill at 42nd Street Moon.

Other favorite costume design credits include: Rapture, Blister, Burn at Lucky Penny (Arty Award Winner), Dames at Sea at 42nd Street Moon (SFBATCC nominee), The Toxic Avenger and The Rocky Horror Show at San Jose Stage Company, and Champagne White is DISASTROUS and Sex and the City LIVE at SF Oasis.


Paula Filseth

Violin Player
Paula is delighted to be back at Hillbarn for I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. She has played violin/viola in many Bay Area theater productions over the past two decades, including for Hillbarn, Palo Alto Players, Broadway by the Bay, San Jose Children’s Musical Theatre, and City Lights Theater Company, as well as for several bands in the Pacific Northwest, including Goodnight Suzie and Steel River Junction.

Alexandra J Nemchik

Props Designer
Alexandra (Xandra) is thrilled to be back at Hillbarn. While working on getting her teaching credential, Xandra has been putting on zoom musicals and open mic nights. She also just began this year a theatre based podcast cohosted with Noah Bender, Theatreworld Podcast. Check it out on Spotify and Apple podcast.

Supporting Hillbarn

Please help balance the Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory budget!

As a nonprofit arts organization and cultural resource, Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory relies on individual, corporate, foundation and government support to produce dynamic theater on our stage. These gifts also fuel our education and community engagement programs.
As we slowly make our way back to gathering in shared spaces, Hillbarn Theatre faces post-pandemic cost increases, evolving public health requirements and Actor’s Equity Association’s stringent Covid 19 contract mandates.
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Annual Fund Contributors

We gratefully acknowledge the generosity of our donors whose annual support enables Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory to remain a vibrant center for theater performance, education and training in our community.
The following donors made tax-deductible gifts between April 7, 2021 – April 6, 2022.

City of Foster City
Sara & Steve Steppe
Matthew & Lisa WolfKlain

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Patrons who include the Hillbarn Theatre in their estate plan create a legacy that reflects their passion for the theater company that gave them a lifetime of pleasure and a gateway to a wider world. Hillbarn Theatre recognizes patrons who have included the theater in their estate plans, ensuring the Hillbarn continues to delight and challenge audiences for generations to come.

Angel Society Members:
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Hillbarn Theatre & Conservatory has received an extraordinary legacy gift from long-time friend and major supporter Adrienne Mitchell, who passed away on August 12, 2020, at the age of 93.
Adrienne and her late husband Bruce traveled the world extensively, visiting over 150 countries. Patrons of the arts, they enjoyed decades of opera, symphony and theater in San Francisco, as well as many trips to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
This major gift from the Mitchell Trust builds upon Adrienne’s previous major contribution to Hillbarn Theatre’s “Raise-the-Roof” Campaign.
We are all beneficiaries of the Mitchell’s generosity. Please take note of and enjoy much needed updates including fresh paint indoors and outside, a new sign out front, upgraded outdoor lighting, landscaping, new carpeting, lobby lighting, office computers, theater black drapes and lighting instruments. We are using this resource wisely and in ways that preserve the building, increase the safety of those who visit it and help create the magic onstage.
Thank you, Adrienne, for thinking of the joy that Hillbarn delivered to you and now to the hundreds of patrons who will benefit from your thoughtfulness and generosity.
Your gift, like Adrienne’s can make a meaningful impact on our mission. If you have included or are considering including a gift to Hillbarn Theatre, Inc. as part of your estate plan or in the form of another gift, please let us know. We would like to recognize you for your support.
Fill out this form or contact Pam Lampkin at 650.349.6411 or pam@hillbarntheatre.org

Actors Name


Brigitte (she/hers)  is a native Bay Area actress and theatre maker. When Brigitte is not on the stage she is taking your calls managing the Hillbarn Box office. Brigitte Is very excited to be back performing on the Hillbarn stage with such an incredible wealth of bay area talent. Some past roles include Ensemble/swing in Kinky Boots (ROLT), Kelly Manning in The Mad Ones & Heather Chandler in Heathers (PSP), Ali in Mamma Mia (San Jose Stage Co), Poppy in Noises Off (Hillbarn Theatre), Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods (LASC).