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A. R. Gurney's Love Letters presented in September 2015 by GRRC

Love Letters

by A. R. Gurney

Thursday, September 17th at 7:30 PM
Saturday, September 19th at 8:00 PM
Saturday, September 26th at 8:00 PM

RAPA at School of the Arts: Black Box Theatre
45 Prince Street Rochester, NY 14607

Presented as part of the First Niagara Rochester's Fringe Festival.

Tickets are $12.00     Click here to purchase your tickets online.

Two Rochester legends of theatre, Allan O’Grady Cuseo (as Andrew Makepeace Ladd III) and Diane Chevron (as Melissa Gardner), sparkle in A .R. Gurney’s compelling emotional gem of a play and will have audience members feeling as though they know these characters intimately. Not to be missed! This Pulitzer-nominated play follows its characters over a period of 50 years, from second grade through marriage, divorce, and middle age. The show runs for approximately one hour.


Diane Chevron and Allan O'Grady Cuseo in Love Letters by A. R. Gurney Diane Chevron and Allan O'Grady Cuseo in Love Letters by A. R. Gurney

Scenes from Love Letters with Diane Chevron and Allan O'Grady Cuseo presented by GRRC in February 2013.




Deeply Personal, Truly Universal: A Ride on The Dreamland Bus

Marie Long

A reminiscence by director, Bonnie Meath-Lang

It was a great privilege to direct the Greater Rochester Repertory Companies’ spring production of Kenneth Graham’s wise play, The Dreamland Bus. The production was the realization of a dream for the gifted actor and GRRC Board Member and Treasurer, Diane Chevron, who brought the play to the attention of Rochester audiences in a staged reading five years ago, and advocated for a full production of its lyrical, humorous, and heart-rending script. 

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Photo:    Life imitating art - Members of the Graham family joined the cast of The Dreamland Bus. Standing from left to right - Ken Graham (playwright), Gregory Ludek (who portrays Ken Graham), Nancy Fancher (Zeezee), Louie Podlaski (who portrays Frank Graham), Frank Graham, Peter Allen (who portrays Bothwell Graham), Bothwell Graham, Diane Chevron (who portrays Eleanor Graham). Seated are Peter Elliott (Boston), Eleanor Zientara Graham and director, Bonnie Meath-Lang.




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