An affecting two-character set piece, A.R. Gurney's Love Letters tracks the story of Andrew and Melissa, a pair of childhood friends whose lifelong correspondence begins with birthday party thank-you notes and summer-camp postcards. The two become romantically involved as teenagers and continue to exchange letters through boarding school and beyond. In fact, their very funny and emotionally resonant dialogue spans nearly 50 years, as the two friends go their separate ways yet continue to write to each other about their dreams and disappointments, victories and defeats. Gurney, whose other plays include The Cocktail Hour and The Dining Room, received a Pulitzer Prize nomination in 1990 for this epistolary work, in which the performers take turns reading the letters directly to the audience. The show's been performed with rotating casts of couples on and off-Broadway and around the world since its debut, and comes to Plantation's Soref Hall courtesy of Down in Front Theater Company.