A two person cat and mouse game, The Letters is a drama of intimidation and disinformation set in Soviet Russia. The Letters is a fictional account of the efforts by the Soviets to censor and suppress the private papers of composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The Chicago Tribune calls it a “riveting, airtight, two person drama” that “simultaneously sends a chill down the spine and raises the hackles on one’s neck.” The psychological thriller, with a Hitchcock-like grip according to the Washington Post, portrays the life and death struggle between those who suppress the truth and those who sacrifice everything to liberate it. The current global political climate makes this Soviet era play extremely relevant. Thursday Night Fundraiser – All ticket proceeds will be donated to the “Got Lunch” Ashland-Holderness School Program.