FOLA’s “Love Letters” Raises Over $2,000 for Parkinson’s
The recent FOLA (Friends of Ludlow Auditorium) production of the play, “Love Letters”, drew a very large audience whose donations exceeded $2,000. Featuring Linda and George Thomson as the readers, the play, by A. R. Gurney, told the story of two people writing to each other as they went through two very different lives. It showed how two very different personalities could develop a strong and deep affection that transcended a very sedate life compared to one that was full of chaos. All donations from the play will be donated to the Michael J. Fox Parkinson Foundation in memory of Janet Pace, long time Secretary and founding member of FOLA, who passed away due to Parkinson’s Disease. Pictured above are Linda and George Thomson as they appeared on the Heald Auditorium stage at Ludlow Town Hall as they read the letters.