Dear George: Letters to the President to be Perfomed Just in Time for Election Day
Billed as a bi-partisan piece, Dear George covers a wide range of opinions on issues ranging from Iraq, terrorism, 9/11, the economy, and gay marriage. Letters were submitted through the website www.DearGeorgeLetters.com and came from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Americans overseas.
"The response has been incredible, both in terms of the number of letters we received and the number of theaters producing the finished play," said Dear George creator Marcus Woollen. "If one performed the letters unedited, the play would last for something like three and a half days. With theater companies from Alaska to Wyoming signed up to produce Dear George, it's a clear sign that our country's interest in this year's Presidential race is extraordinarily high."