Theater review: Aurora’s ‘Lark Eden’ nothing to write home about
By Bert Osborne
For the AJC
In A.R. Gurney’s popular play “Love Letters,” an actor and an actress sit on a bare stage for a couple of hours literally reading from a lifetime of correspondence between their two characters — in the process, essentially challenging the widely held belief that actions speak louder than words.
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