Starring French actor Gerard Depardieu and actress Agathe Natanson, the theater play "Love Letters" will be performed tonight at the Zorlu Performing Arts Center. Written by Albert Ramsdell Gurney, "Love Letters" advanced to the finals for the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and has been translated into more than 30 different languages. The play demonstrates the strong bond of love in a humorous and romantic way. The play recounts the story of Andrew Makepeace and Melissa Gardner who keep their love alive through letters sent over a 50-year period. "Love Letters" portrays the 50-year-old unbreakable bond between lovers through notes and cards, which they read to each other from opposite ends of a long table. The play which brings two of the most important French actors on stage was previously performed by actors such as Elizabeth Taylor, Mel Gibson, Kathleen Turner, Sigourney Weaver and Christopher Walken.