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Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner have exchanged hundreds of letters for over fifty years. Theirs is a relationship that spans childhood crushes, boarding schools, colleges, a war, marriages, divorces, and an assortment of personal demons. Their relationship survives, changes and deepens as they age. They are as close as two souls can be, communicating almost exclusively through hand-written correspondence.
This romantic play, truly elegant in its simplicity, is for all those who have treasured the intimacy of a hand-written letter, and the remarkable gift of a friendship that lasts a lifetime.
Love Letters is a limited engagment- only 2 performances!
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Director: Leslie Reidel
Costume Consultant: Elizabeth Heflin