BEGIN:VCALENDAR METHOD:PUBLISH PRODID:-//http://www.soapdom.com//NONSGML jCal Pro 2.2.14.578// VERSION:2.0 X-WR-CALNAME:JCal Pro Calendar X-WR-CALDESC:Your online events calendar X-WR-TIMEZONE:America/Juneau BEGIN:VEVENT UID:85263e1d02111f08039aa0beb885ec40http://www.soapdom.com-1 DTSTAMP:20170530T085146Z DESCRIPTION:      \n \nThe Island Theater Company is proud to announce their production of A. R. Gurney's Love Letters and welcome Clausen Prope rties\, Inc. as presenting sponsor of the production. Love Letters will ki ck off the Island Theater Company's 2013 season.\n \nCo-starring in this production is Walt Willey\, perhaps best known for his almost 25 years pla ying All My Children's "\;Jackson Montgomery"\;\, as "\;Andre Makepeace Ladd III"\;.\n \nLocal "\;favorite"\; Kathleen &quo t\;Kat"\; Gravatt\, most recently seen in Les Liaisons Dangereuses in Naples\, will co-star as "\;Melissa Gardner"\;.\n \nLove Letters is a Pulitzer Prize for Drama nominated play by A. R. Gurney. The play cen ters on just two characters\, Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd II I. Their stories are beautifully told through the notes\, letters and card s - in which over nearly 50 years\, they discuss their hopes and ambitions \, dreams and disappointments\, victories and defeats - that have passed b etween them throughout their separated lives.\n \nIt was first performed in 1988 at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven\, Connecticut with Joanna G leason and John Rubinstein.\n \nDirected by John Tillinger\, it opened wi th Kathleen Turner and John Rubinstein on March 27\, 1989\, at the off-Bro adway Promenade Theatre\, where it ran for 64 performances. The play was p erformed only on Sunday and Monday evenings and changed its cast weekly. A mong those who appeared in it were Barbara Barrie\,Philip Bosco\, Stephen Collins\, Victor Garber\, Julie Harris\, George Grizzard\, Anthony Heald\, George Hearn\, Richard Kiley\, Dana Ivey\, William Hurt\, Marsha Mason\, Christopher Reeve\, Holland Taylor\, George Segal\, Christopher Walken\, J oan Van Ark\, Treat Williams\, and Frances Sternhagen.\n \nMr. Willey\, a frequent visitor to Marco Island\, has a long-standing relationship with the Island Theater Company. He premiered his one-man show\, Wild Bill! An Evening with James Butler Hickok\, here in March of 2012\, and has served as advisor for other productions.\n \nMs. Gravatt holds a Master's Degree in Acting. She has appeared in many local productions including The Odd C ouple\, Macbeth\, Always Patsy Cline\, Steel Magnolias and most recently i n Les Liason Dangereuses. This is her first collaboration with the Island Theater Company and she is looking forward to working with Walt Willey.\n \nRose History Auditorium\, 180 S. Heathwood Drive\n \nFor tickets and i nformation\, please call 239-394-0080 or visit the website at theateronmar co.com (http://www.theateronmarco.com).\n \n\n \n \n DTEND:20130201T053000Z DTSTART:20130201T033000Z LAST-MODIFIED:20130109T170800Z SUMMARY:All My Chidren's Walt Willey In Love Letters END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR