RSVP Community Theatre in association with the City of Asheboro announces the cast for its presentation of A. R. Gurney’s Love Letters which will be performed at the Sunset Theatre in Asheboro. Evening performances will be given April 22, 23, 29 and 30. Matinees are planned for Sundays April 24 and May 1.
Love Letters is unusual in that is performed as a reading. RSVP’s presentation will also be unusual in that a different couple will be the actors for each performance. The first weekend, beginning on April 22, Scott Murkin and Martha Murdoch will perform followed by Dan and Geri Bressler Saturday evening. The Sunday matinee will showcase Dick Strohmeyer and Winky Friedrich. The second weekend, beginning Saturday April 29, features Travis Walsh and Kaitlin Smith , followed on Friday evening by Jim and Vicki King. For the second Sunday matinee, Russ Giles and Gwen Hall will perform.
Love Letters is the record of a warm, moving, affectionate relationship between Andy and Melissa who conduct a correspondence from childhood that continues through all the ups and downs of adult life. Gurney’s play has been captivating audiences for more than 25 years with varied pairs of actors taking the two roles on and off Broadway and in communities nationally.
Director Philip Shore has chosen actors in a variety of ages and levels of experience. Some are old hands, yet young. Some are beginners at more advanced age. RSVP invites adult audiences to come and enjoy the emotional experience as interpreted by these performers.
RSVP Community Theatre has been offering the Asheboro/Randolph community humor, pathos, music and drama for more than thirty years. To learn more, surf to www.rsvptheatre.org or visit Facebook at RSVP Theatre.