Jon Robin Baitz, praised as one of America's foremost playwrights on themes of conscience, gives us an absorbing new play about power and money and the ruinous effects it can have on friendship, love, marriage, and ultimately oneself. Set in urban New York City, Wall Street powerhouse Sandy Sonenberg finds his personal and professional life threatened by the unraveling secrets of his past. After burying his true sexual identity, a lethal affair with a young male associate forces Sonenberg to confront a lifetime of unrequited love and betrayal. As the years wear on, this affair catches up with him and threatens both his personal and professional lives. The story is introduced and narrated by his lifelong homosexual friend who is armed with the titular piece of mail. From New York in the sixties to present day Paris, The Paris Letter traces attitudes to sexuality in a thrilling tale of trust and friendship. Directed by Ralph Hyman.