"Powerful! Poignant - with surprising moments of humor."
- Boston Globe
"Grade: A! A deeply affecting new play."
- Entertainment Weekly
"A startling, heartfelt, and remarkable new play."
- Associated Press
Becca and Howie had the perfect life — a great marriage, a beautiful house. But after a tragic accident threatens to tear apart their family, the couple faces tough questions about themselves, their relationships, and their place in the universe. As improbably funny as it is heartbreaking, Rabbit Hole received great critical and audience acclaim — as well as a Tony Award nomination for Best Play — for its Broadway run earlier this year.
Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, author of the hits Fuddy Meers and Kimberly Akimbo was born and raised in South Boston. He has won the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award, a Garland Award, and the Kesselring Prize.
Approximate Running Time: 2 hours; including 1 intermission
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"An Outsider Comes In:" An Interview with David Lindsay-Abaire (pdf)
"It's Not Just Science Fiction Anymore: Diving Down the Rabbit Hole" (pdf)
"From Southie to Broadway" from the Spotlight newsletter (pdf)
"A Delicate Grief" from the Spotlight newsletter (pdf)
"A Conversation with Maureen Anderman" from the Spotlight newsletter (pdf)