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Love Letters was crafted by A.R. Gurney to show the depth and breadth of relationships over time through correspondence. The emotional and intelligent look into the human condition draws audiences time and again. Purchase Love Letters theater tickets now.
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Love Letters Theater Tickets

Love Letters is a play that was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Written by A.R. Gurney, the play centers around the relationship of two acquaintances that have corresponded for more than 50 years. Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd III, the main characters, have known one another since second grade and share all of their experiences from childhood vacations to college and well beyond. Gurney himself originally performed the play alongside Holland Taylor at the New York Public Library after he was asked to speak there. Buy your Love Letters tickets now to experience this literary performance live!

Productions of Love Letters often have a rotating cast of well-known actors and actresses. The original ticket had a cast of performers that changed every week. For busy celebrities, Love Letters is an easy obligation because it requires little preparation and memorization. Since originally running off-Broadway for 64 shows in 1989, Love Letters has been performed by numerous celebrities around the country. The original production included actors and actresses such as Kathleen Turner, Christopher Walken and Christopher Reeve, while the Broadway revival includes Brian Dennehy, Mia Farrow, Alan Alda and Anjelica Huston, among many others.