Love Letters – A play by A.G. Gurney
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Childhood sweethearts maintain a lifelong correspondence that supports them both through years of life’s many joys and disasters.
A.R. Gurney’s two-character play is a humorous and emotional story of love’s powerful connection.
Love Letters follows the relationship between a studious and stoic man, Andy and a free-spirited woman, Melissa both born to wealth and position, as chronicled in the letters they write to each other. Romantically attached, for almost half a century, two lifelong, complicated friends discuss their hopes and ambitions, dreams and disappointments, victories and missed opportunities.
A play in twoView more
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Doors open one hour prior to show time
13 Wallis Street, Beverly, MA 01915
The Larcom Theatre is located at 13 Wallis Street in Beverly, MA. It is a one-way street with entrance from Rantoul Street and located off Cabot Street (across from City Hall.) Metered parking is available on Cabot Street and on most side streets. Meters typically are in effect from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM and cost on average 25 cents for one hour.
The closest parking lots are located one block in each direction from the theatre. When on Wallis Street proceed to the end of the street. To access the first parking lot, take a left onto Cabot Street and then your first left onto Bow Street. The Parking Lot entrance will be on your right. The second nearest parking lot is behind TD Bank North on Cabot Street. When on Wallis Street take a right onto Cabot Street You will see TD Bank North on your left. If you choose to take the commuter rail, the Beverly Depot stop is a brisk 5-minute walk to the theatre. There is also a parking garage located at the commuter rail.
The building is wheelchair accessible. There are no steps to enter the building nor to access the Orchestra section. We do not have an elevator; therefore, we cannot accommodate wheelchair accessView more
The building is wheelchair accessible. There are no steps to enter the building nor to access the Orchestra section. We do not have an elevator; therefore, we cannot accommodate wheelchair access to our Balcony section. The Orchestra section includes seats reserved for wheelchairs and their companions. The restrooms have wheelchair accessible stalls.View less