Desperate to get out of your bubble and enjoy some live theatre safely? The Lind will stage a special limited capacity season of the much-loved play Love Letters by AR Gurney, on July 17-26.
The Lind's been lonely in lockdown
President Glenda Campi said the group has been longing to invite patrons back, and the response to the announcement has been met with delight by Lind regulars. With only 20 seats per show, the Gold Class Pass will offer complimentary wine and cheese to your very own personalised viewing area for $25.
Volunteer Front of House manager Bonnie ready to welcome you back to the Lind
Front of house manager Bonnie Schultz said the theatre volunteer team was confident that patrons could enjoy a safe and enjoyable night out. Family and households may sit together while continuing to observe the COVID Safety Guidelines.
The newly sanitized auditorium and foyer will be monitored for social distancing and all areas will be sanitised following each show.
Chris and Deb Mills feature in one of the performances of Love Letters
Following a popular theatre tradition for this play, different casts and directors will feature for different performances. With seven different casts and four different directors, each performance will be a special experience.
Well-known actors since 1988 have starred in these roles with the most recent In May 2020, as Sally Field and Bryan Cranston performed an online version during the COVID-19 pandemic to benefit of the Actors Fund.
Love Letters begins when Andrew Makepeace Ladd III accepts an invitation to Melissa Gardner's birthday party. Melissa writes a thank-you note and a romantic friendship and correspondence destined to last for almost half a century is born.