Love Letters and Hate Mail

The Pulitzer Prize-winning show Love Letters and its comedic antithesis, Hate Mail,  are playing in repertoire at Jean’s Playhouse in Lincoln, NH! Come enjoy a show produced by Lincoln’s professional Papermill Theater Company, which was nominated for 19 New Hampshire Professional Theater Awards in 2012!

Love Letters, considered one of playwright A.R. Gurney´s best and a classic of the American stage, tells the story of two people who grew up in the 1930s and whose lives become intimately entwined by the prolificacy of their pens.Hate Mail, on the other hand, is described by the authors as “a little wilder and more hysterically funny. It tells the story of Preston, a spoiled rich kid who meets his match in Dahlia, an angst-filled artist….The play stays with their increasingly crazed correspondence as they move from hate to love, and then right back again”.

Tickets ($25-30) may be purchased cheap generic medications without prescription needed online at www.papermilltheatre.org or by calling the Box Office at (603) 745-2141. Jean’s Playhouse is located at 10 Papermill Drive in Lincoln, NH 03251.

NCCA Papermill Theater Winter Season:
Love Letters (Jan 11-Feb 23), Hate Mail (Jan 18-Feb 24), Rosie Ledet & the Zydeco Playboys (Feb 17), The Norman Ng Magic Experience (Feb 18), Tom Chapin (March 23)

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