February 14 and 16, 2015
Saturday and Monday
Red Member Tickets not valid for this production.
Katee Tulley and Helen Levine
A. R. Gurney's deceptively simple 1988 epistolary play, "Love Letters", is that rare work whose emotional richness requires no embellishment in order to become a full-bodied theatrical experience. Join us for a an elegant and touching evening and enjoy this popular offering, featuring Midge Mamatas as Melissa and Michael DuMouchel as Andy.
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About the Actors
Midge Mamatas (Melissa) has appeared in many productions throughout the Bay Area. Her many credits include Amanda Prynne in "Private Lives", Georgia O'Keefe in "A Conversation with Georgia O'Keefe", and a favorite role in the Old Woman in the 2005 award winning "The Chairs"; all with Stageworks in Tampa. Other favorites include Grace in "Grace and Glorie", Kathleen in "Park Your Car in Harvard Yard", Blanche in "A Streetcar Named Desire", and another Old Woman in "The Old Wman Shows Her Medals". Midge can also be seen in the short films "Widow" and "The Letter Carrier". She is currently appearing in a variety of commercials and on the Home Shopping Network.
Michael DuMouchel (Andy) began acting 50 years ago and has been at it ever since. He has played George in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", Salieri in "Amadeus", Jim Tyrone in "Moon for the Misbegotten", and Shelly in "Glengarry Glen Ross", Vanya in "Uncle Vanya", as well as many others. He has picked up a couple of acting and directing awards along the way and for five years was artistic director and producer of his own theatre company. In the past year Michael has been seen in TV commercials for the Florida Lottery as Abe Lincoln, Florida State Fair as Ponce de Leon and CreditKarma.com as the Mayor at a town hall meeting. Michael plans to continue acting and directing as long as it doesn't interfere iwth fishing or furniture building.