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the Two-Act Play by A.R.Gurney
staged in San Miguel de Allende
February 8 to February 25, 2007
for 13 performances
at Villa Jacaranda Hotel

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Love Letters Cast

David Hunter and Billie Bremer--Love Letters Cast


Billie Bremer as Melissa Channing Gardner

David Hunter as Andrew Makepeace Ladd, the Third

 “Bremer and Hunter are two pro quality actors at the top of their game.”
 Roy Sorrels, New York actor and playwright.

"I have followed the play LOVE LETTERS for many years-mostly for the angle of star attraction; for example Robert Wagner and Jill St. John etc. And secondly the content.  Until I saw the production here in San Miguel de Allende I have never felt the power of the story that was unfolding and their personal observations of life, the upsides and downsides. The actors BILLIE BREMER and DAVID HUNTER, who are truly gifted, acted and just didn't read the poignant words of these letters that they shared for so many years. They drew you in and made you part of the story…and isn't that the ultimate gift to be able to give in a play. Bravo to you both!"
Sally Reid, San Miguel

Billie Bremer began her professional career as a dancer / choreographer and evolved into a successful commercial film actress. During her acting career in the U.S., she appeared in several TV series, numerous TV commercials, and over 100 industrial films. During the last 20 years she has shared her talents with San Miguel audiences, appearing in Brecht on Brecht, Painting Churches, Lattice and Lovage, Rashomon, Three Viewings, and A Perfect Ganesh. Billie recently studied with Alan Jordan at San Miguel Actors Workshop. She originated the role in the summer preview production.


David Hunter worked as a radio and television reporter producing network aired news and human interest features for nationally syndicated television shows. David covered the first manned moon launches at Cape Kennedy, several presidential elections, daily news in Los Angeles, and the Royal Wedding of Lady Dianna and Prince Charles in London, England. As a DJ he pioneered FM Album rock in Florida. David's acting credits include Paradise Lost, and the San Miguel premiere production Loose Ends, as well as the San Miguel Playreaders production Among Friends. He originated the role in the summer preview of Love Letters.


Kirsten Dehner, director, began her professional career in Los Angeles, where she was directed by the legendary John Houseman in the UCLA Theater Group's production of Chekhov's The Seagull. As a charter member of the Leonard Nimoy's theater group, she starred in its premiere production of Sophocles' Oedipus and performed at Theater St. Paul in Minnesota. She also appeared in TV episodics, national commercials, and starred in the independent film Amelia's Afternoon. Ms. Dehner studied acting with the renowned Jeff Corey in L.A., and with Alan Jordan at San Miguel Actors Workshop. Kirsten Dehner also starred in the acclaimed San Miguel one-woman show, Blown Sideways Through Life, directed by Alan Jordan.


Gerry Holmes (set design), spent his early years working in stage management in London's West End before joining the art department in Hammer Films and Thames Television. He worked on films such as The Paper Chase, The Shape of Things to Come, and Equus with Richard Burton. Gerry has been a production designer for every major American and Canadian network. Nominated for both and Emmy and a Gemini award for he television work, he also has extensive experience in theatrical production, including both direction and design.


Christine Foster (set design) began her career as an actor and went on to a successful career as a writer of plays and lyrics for musicals. She has written extensively for radio and won the Silver Award at the International Film and television Festival in New York. Christine co-founded Cliffhanger Productions in Toronto where she acted as producer, and created many original scripts. Television writing credits include; Timechase, Top Cops, Bordertown, Mentors, and Friday the 13th. Christine also worked on Iguana Productions' Blown Sideways Through Life and Live Group Sex Therapy Show.


Alan Jordan is Artistic Director of San Miguel Actors Workshop and Iguana Productions, serving as Executive Producer of Love Letters. He also directed Blown Sideways Through Life last year for Iguana Productions.

Alan has been a professional actor/director/producer in Canada & United States for over 30 years. He is a graduate of the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York where he studied with the renowned Sanford Meisner. Mr. Jordan’s many stage credits include starring roles at New York’s Circle Repertory Company, Manhattan Theater Club and Playwrights Horizon as well as Stratford Festival. He toured United States in National Companies of the musicals Applause and Shenandoah. Television and Film audiences have seen Mr. Jordan, as guest star, in over 100 productions such as Hill Street Blues, Dallas, Falcon Crest, Knight Rider, Fall Guy, Friday 13th, Echoes in the Darkness, Sorry Wrong Number, Woman on the Run, African Journey, The Young and the Restless, and Santa Barbara.

In Hollywood, Mr. Jordan was Chairman of the Board at Theatre West and in San Francisco was an advisor to the Young Conservatory at American Conservatory Theater. In Toronto, Mr. Jordan founded The Actors Workshop where he was Artistic Director for 15 years. Alan Jordan also co-founded Actors Repertory Company, a professional company now producing in Toronto.

Now, for the winter season, we are moving Love Letters to a larger venue, >> Villa Jacaranda, where we will be offering dinner packages, as well. Opening Wednesday, February 8, with preview February. 7, the show runs Thursday-Saturday evenings, with matinees on Sunday for three weeks, ending February. 25. All performances are licensed by the dramatist play service.

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