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This rainbow, designed by local artist Maureen Pesta, decorated the Royal-off-the-Square Theatre  in the '70s and '80s.

 

 

 
 
Rabbit Hole   Performances:      April 25, 26, May 2,3, 2014, at 7:30 PM.
by: David Lindsay-Abaire   Directed By:     Matthew Frick, assisted by John Hiester.
    Produced By:    Katherine Stahl

Synopsis:

Winner of the Pullitzer Prize for Drama in 2007, Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire is the very modern and at times too realistic story of a family that experiences a tremendous loss. The audience journeys with husband and wife Howie and Becca as they deal with the loss together, but in different ways. While attempting to move on with their lives, they also find that they are constantly reminded of the loss they have experienced, and perhaps have not fully begun to heal from it. Becca's sister Izzy and her mother Nat try to help, but often end up doing more harm than good. They also encounter Jason, a young man who is not a member of the family but mourning with them nonetheless. The audience is swept up in the heart-wrenching emotions that come out in very powerful, poignant ways. Together, this fragile family learns that the only way out is through. 

 

 

 

Character:

Played By:

Becca

Erin Ortman

Howie

Matt Nieman
Nat Naomi Fleetwood-Pyle
Izzy Katrina Hardwick
Jason Job Willman and
Joey Benefiel