Dress me up in your love is the latest piece in a series of biographical performances by Theatre Replacement. Taking garments and outfits of significance from around the world, the performers reveal stories behind the clothes through songs, movement, dance numbers and more. The piece is generous and open, comic and has live music from Vancouver composer and singer Veda Hille. Theatre Replacement's signature style of working with verbatim texts and biographical performance turns the form on its head, and connects the personal opinions and biases of the performers with the subject matter. The resulting performance is a mash up of personal stories gathered and retold, from the banal and everyday, to the critical moments and turning points that shape our lives.