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April 12, 1999 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the late '80s, the playwright A.R. Gurney was asked to give a speech at the New York Public Library, but instead he decided to try out his latest play, the romantic two-character drama "Love Letters." He got his good friend actress Holland Taylor to fly in from Los Angeles to do the reading with him. Gurney had a couple of chairs set up--one for himself, one for Taylor--and told the audience he had a bit of a surprise for them. Then Gurney and Taylor began to read. One letter. Then another.
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April 12, 1999 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the late '80s, the playwright A.R. Gurney was asked to give a speech at the New York Public Library, but instead he decided to try out his latest play, the romantic two-character drama "Love Letters." He got his good friend actress Holland Taylor to fly in from Los Angeles to do the reading with him. Gurney had a couple of chairs set up--one for himself, one for Taylor--and told the audience he had a bit of a surprise for them. Then Gurney and Taylor began to read. One letter. Then another.
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