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VIDEO: Candice Bergen and Alan Alda Talk Broadway's LOVE LETTERS on 'The Talk'


Legendary actors Candice Bergen and Alan Alda stopped by CBS's THE TALK to discuss working together for the Broadway revival of A.R. Gurney's Love Letters. "I got to have the script in front of me and it was a limited run and it was Alan," explained Bergen of her decision to take on the project. Check out the appearance below!

The critically acclaimed Broadway revival ofA.R. Gurney's Love Letters, directed by Gregory Mosher will plays its final performance at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 West 47 Street), Sunday, December 14, 2014, where it will have played 6 preview and 95 regular performances.

A National tour of Gregory Mosher's production of Love Letters will launch in the fall of 2015. Tour cities, dates and stars to be announced soon.

LOVE LETTERS opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre to rave reviews on Thursday, September 18, 2014, starring Brian Dennehy and Mia Farrow. Carol Burnettjoined Mr. Dennehy on October 11, 2014, with their run followed by the current stars, Alan Alda and Candice Bergen, who stepped into the critically acclaimed production on November 9, 2014.

LOVE LETTERS has scenic design by two-time Tony Award winner John Lee Beatty, costume design by Tony Award winner Jane Greenwood, lighting design by Tony Award winner Peter Kaczorowskiand casting by Telsey + Company (William Cantler, CSA and Andrew Femenella, CSA). Love Lettersis produced by Nelle Nugent, Barbara Broccoli, Frederick Zollo, Olympus Theatricals, Michael G. Wilson, Lou Spisto, Colleen Camp, Postmark Entertainment Group, Judith Ann Abrams/Pat Flicker Addiss and Kenneth Teaton in association with Jon Bierman, Tim Degraye, Daniel Frishwasser, Elliott Masie, Mai Nguyen and Scott Lane/Joseph Sirola.

A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, A.R. Gurney's Love Letters became an instant smash hit that was performed all over the country. The universality of the piece quickly led to the play being translated into 24 languages. In the last 26 years, productions of Love Letters have played in over 40 countries around the world.

Tickets for Love Letters are available at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre box office and through (877-250-2929). Ticket prices range from $27-$137 (including $2.00 facility fee). The playing schedule for Love Letters is Tuesday and Thursday at 7pm, Friday and Saturday at 8pm, with matineesWednesday and Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 3pm. A limited number of $37 general RUSH tickets will be available for each performance when the box office opens for that day's performance(s). Limited to 2 tickets per patron, $37 (inclusive of a $2 facility fee) RUSH tickets are available for purchase by cash or credit card at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre box office (256 West 47th Street). Tickets are subject to availability.

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