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‘Love Letters’ Comes to Creative Cauldron Monday

Falls Church-based Creative Cauldron will present A.R.Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated “Love Letters,” featuring two characters sitting side by side, who read from notes, letters and cards representing nearly 50 years of correspondence in which they discuss their hopes and ambitions, their dreams and disappointments, victories and defeats. First couple Joanna Gleason and John Rubenstein originated the roles off-Broadway. Since then, it has become almost a rite of passage for seasoned performers.

Falls Church-based Creative Cauldron will present A.R.Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated “Love Letters,” featuring two characters sitting side by side, who read from notes, letters and cards representing nearly 50 years of correspondence in which they discuss their hopes and ambitions, their dreams and disappointments, victories and defeats. First couple Joanna Gleason and John Rubenstein originated the roles off-Broadway. Since then, it has become almost a rite of passage for seasoned performers.

Now Jill Paice and Michael Sazonov will add their names to this prestigious list next Monday, Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at ArtSpace (410 S. Maple Ave., Falls Church). Paice is fresh off her critically acclaimed starring role as Florence in Signature Theater’s production of “Chess.” On the West End and on Broadway, she originated the role of Laura Fairlie in the world premiere of “The Woman in White.” Sozonov has appeared on numerous D.C area stages, including the Kennedy Center, Roundhouse, Signature Theatre, Olney Theatre and Theatre of the First Amendment.

Tickets for this benefit performance cost $25 for adults, $20 for students, seniors and actors equity members. For more information, call 571-239-5288.

 

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