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Community Outreach

We collaborate with our community! How can we assist you in bringing quality theatrical productions to your facility!

Want to thank your wonderful donors or volunteers?

Want to bring entertainment to your conference or location?

The Westbrook Village Players is a community theater in the West Valley that produces 2 plays every year. We also collaborate with community organizations to help with your entertainment needs.

We can bring a full length (approx. 2 hours) production (See Love Letters below) or short (10 – 15 minutes each) performances to your venue. The set is minimal and lighting is optional. This is an easily portable production.

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(1) E-mail us at

(2) Call us at 623-879-0673 or 623-670-1394 and leave a message


“Love Letters”

by A. R. Gurney

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.

A unique and imaginative theatre piece

… comprised of letters exchanged over a lifetime between two people who grew up together, went their separate ways, but continued to share confidences.

… an evocative, touching, frequently funny but always telling pair of character studies in which what is implied is as revealing and meaningful as what is actually written down.

THE STORY: Andrew Makepeace Ladd III and Melissa Gardner, both born to wealth and position, are childhood friends whose lifelong correspondence begins with birthday party thank-you notes and summer camp postcards. Romantically attached, they continue to exchange letters through the boarding school and college years—where Andy goes on to excel at Yale and law school, while Melissa flunks out of a series of “good schools.” While Andy is off at war Melissa marries, but her attachment to Andy remains strong and she continues to keep in touch as he marries, becomes a successful attorney, gets involved in politics and, eventually, is elected to the U.S. Senate. Meanwhile, her marriage in tatters, Melissa dabbles in art and gigolos, drinks more than she should, and becomes estranged from her children. Eventually she and Andy do become involved in a brief affair, but it is really too late for both of them. However Andy’s last letter, written to her mother after Melissa’s untimely death, makes it eloquently clear how much they really meant, and gave to, each other over the years—physically apart, perhaps, but spiritually as close as only true lovers can be.

Call Rosa Leigh Sullivan at 623-879-0673 or 623-670-1394 or e-mail at to bring this wonderful performance to your venue as a fundraiser, as a thank you to volunteers and staff, or simply as entertainment for your group.

The set is minimal and lighting is optional. This is an easily portable production.

A Second Community Outreach selection: What’s On TV? is also available