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Love Letters


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Jenny Bates Jenny@bbonyc.com

“When Ms. MacGraw and Mr. O’Neal take the stage in Love Letters, they’re young again, laughing at their private jokes and playing in the snow. The audience rewards them with big applause.”
– The New York Times

“With their skills, their shared history and their movie-star aura, MacGraw and O’Neal take several thousand attentive people at a time on a simply delivered but emotionally engaging trip through a different era…certain truths about the heart don’t change. And neither do the chemistry and charisma of the Love Story/Love Letters stars.”
– Christine Dolen, Miami Herald

“[MacGraw’s] performance is so adroit, so full of comic nuance and wrenching despair…Under Tony-winning director Gregory Mosher’s deft hand, she does what is probably the finest work of her career.”
– The Hollywood Reporter

“MacGraw never breaks character and always infuses fire in Melissa, always bringing a bit of spice to her line readings and reacting with facial expressions as Andy reads aloud his letters to her. O’Neal mixes that slightly devilish attitude that Andy has with an underlying elegiac regret as if Andy knows what the future holds. By the time O’Neal’s Andy guides the audience into the couple’s final sorrow over what might have been, much of the audience is profoundly touched.”
– Bill Hirschman, Florida Theater On Stage

Andrew Makepeace Ladd III wrote his first letter to Melissa Gardner to tell her she looked like a lost princess. They were both seven years old. For the next fifty years, through personal triumphs and despair, through wars and marriages and children and careers, they poured out the secrets of their hearts to each other. They defied a fate that schemed to keep them apart, and lived – through letters – for the one most meaningful thing, their undying love for each other.

Starring Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal, Directed by Gregory Mosher and written by celebrated playwright A.R. Gurney. Don’t miss this enduring romance about first loves and second chances.

Official Website

www.LoveLettersOnTour.com

Reviews

“With their skills, their shared history and their movie-star aura, MacGraw and O’Neal take several thousand attentive people at a time on a simply delivered but emotionally engaging trip through a different era…certain truths about the heart don’t change. And neither do the chemistry and charisma of the Love Story/Love Letters stars.”
– Christine Dolen, Miami Herald

“[MacGraw’s] performance is so adroit, so full of comic nuance and wrenching despair…Under Tony-winning director Gregory Mosher’s deft hand, she does what is probably the finest work of her career.”
– The Hollywood Reporter

“Every pause, however brief, lands like a skipped heartbeat.” – The Wall Street Journal
“A Superlative New Broadway Production.” – Entertainment Weekly
“SMART, DELIGHTFUL and MOVING.” – The Huffington Post
“Disarmingly funny – ‘LOVE LETTERS’ CONQUERS ALL!” – NBC
“A tender study of thwarted love.” -The Wall Street Journal
“A first-class A.R. Gurney play.” -Daily News
“An emotional ride through the lives of lifelong friends and sometime lovers who share their most intimate thoughts.” – Daily News

 




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