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LOVE LETTERS Arrives Just in Time for Valentine's Day

LOVE LETTERS Arrives Just in Time for Valentine's DayThe Philipstown Depot Theatre is proud to present A.R. Gurney's celebrated and popular play, Love Letters, just in time for Valentine's Day! A Pulitzer Prize finalist, Love Letters is the touching, funny and ultimately moving story of a 50-year correspondence between two childhood friends whose relationship weathers time and distance. Through their letters to each other, we learn of their triumphs and tribulations, and ultimately the hilarious and poignant ways in which their lives unfold. Starring Phil Geoffrey Bond (Sondheim Unplugged, My Queer Youth, My Friend, the Cat, Small Town Confessions) and Jennifer Lee Andrews (a Depot regular as well as Broadway's Les Miserables, Grand Hotel, James Joyce's The Dead, etc.), a limited number of seats are available for this special, three-performance only engagement.

Love Letters will be performed on February 10, 11 & 14 @ 8pm. Tickets, $25 for adults and $20 for students and seniors, are available by visiting or by calling 1.800.838.3006. The Philipstown Depot Theatre is located at 10 Garrison Landing in Garrison, NY, four miles North of the Bear Mountain Bridge, and adjacent to the Garrison Metro North train station, where parking is available at no cost. Please visit or call 845.424.3900. The Philipstown Depot Theatre is sponsored by Philipstown Recreation and Philipstown Performing Arts.

Phil Geoffrey Bond is best known to Depot audiences for his play, Small Town Confessions, as well as his musical series Sondheim Unplugged and Simply Streisand and performance pieces My Friend, the Cat and My Queer Youth. He is a seven-time MAC, two-time Bistro and two-time Nightlife Award-winner on behalf of his work in the New York club scene. Sondheim Unplugged, his long-running hit NYC revue which he continues to produce and host, is now in it's seventh season at Manhattan's Feinstein's/54 Below. His play, Small Town Confessions, recently enjoyed a limited off-Broadway run starring Tony winners/nominees Daisy Eagan, Sally Mayes, Sharon McNight and Alice Ripley. His various published works can be found on His play, The Citadel, was developed at the Sundance Theatre Lab before an off-off Broadway run in New York. He is a 1993 Presidential Scholar in the Arts, an honor bestowed upon him by President Clinton.

Jennifer Lee Andrews Broadway credits include Les Miserables (Cosette and Eponine), Grand Hotel and James Joyce's The Dead. She was also seen in NYC in the original workshop productions of Marie Christine, the American premiere of Lust and off-Broadway in The Fantasticks as the youngest 'Girl' ever. She is lucky to consider the Depot Theatre her theatrical home now, where you may have seen her in A Little Night Music, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, The Way of the World, The Threepenny Opera, Goblin Market, Jesus Christ Superstar, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Steel Magnolias to name a few.

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