LOVE LETTERS and DRIVING MISS DAISY - staged readings

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LOVE LETTERS and DRIVING MISS DAISY - staged readings

Time: August 1, 2014 at 8pm to August 24, 2014 at 2pm
Location: Adobe Theater
Street: 9813 Fourth Street NW (2 blocks north of Alameda Blvd)
City/Town: Albuquerque
Website or Map: http://www.adobetheater.org
Phone: 505-898-9222
Event Type: theatre, -, play
Organized By: Marcelle Garfield Cady
Latest Activity: Jul 23

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A potpourri of staged readings, will offer patrons the chance to see two great plays this August. A.R. Gurney’s LOVE LETTERS will be read  at different performances by outstanding actors and New Mexico celebrities including Diane Denish, Terri Q Sayre, Dan Goss, Chaz Malibu, Barry Gaines.... Driving Miss Daisy will be read by Jane Hoffman, Gene Corbin and Tim Ragsdale. Love Letters Aug 1 - 17 and Aug 23, Driving Miss Daisy Aug 22 and 24. Fri and Sat at 8pm, Sun at 2pm.  Tickets $10. Attend 2 different performances for only $15.

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