George and Melinda Rich in a scene from The Golden Chain Theatre's new musical-comedy "I Love You, Your Perfect, Now Change," which opens tonight at 7 p.m.. The play, rated PG13, reveals, in 32 short skits, the difficulties and joys of connecting with another person at nearly every stage of life. Tickets: www.goldenchaintheatre.org, (559) 683-7112.
George and Melinda Rich in a scene from The Golden Chain Theatre's new musical-comedy "I Love You, Your Perfect, Now Change," which opens tonight at 7 p.m.. The play, rated PG13, reveals, in 32 short skits, the difficulties and joys of connecting with another person at nearly every stage of life. Tickets: www.goldenchaintheatre.org, (559) 683-7112. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star
George and Melinda Rich in a scene from The Golden Chain Theatre's new musical-comedy "I Love You, Your Perfect, Now Change," which opens tonight at 7 p.m.. The play, rated PG13, reveals, in 32 short skits, the difficulties and joys of connecting with another person at nearly every stage of life. Tickets: www.goldenchaintheatre.org, (559) 683-7112. Brian Wilkinson Sierra Star

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