See it if Couple descends into deep grief & anger after loss of their son. Family struggles to help. Nuanced, realistic writing & acting.
Don't see it if You are uninterested in going on an elaborate, compelling journey into grief. There are also funny moments. Theater is a 4 flight walk-up.
See it if like family dramas that deal with real issues that people experience. Great acting, great staging, great set. A beautiful production!
Don't see it if you dislike small, intimate theaters, hate plays that make you think and dislike good acting.
"DeSotelle directs this Pulitzer Prize-winning play...bringing an extremely talented and invested cast/crew to tell this heartbreaking story...So engrossed are we in what's on stage, it becomes very difficult to turn away...An absolutely beautiful production...Well-crafted...Each scene is a careful breakdown of these characters' minds taken tangible shape...A wonderful cast and crew make this production of ‘Rabbit Hole’ something truly special.”
"The company accomplishes the effect of having the audience act as a literal fourth wall with the very clever and detailed scenic design of Matt Imhoff. It is not often that the feeling of walking into someone’s house can be achieved in a tight, black box theater, but the director and his production staff accomplish just that...The cast expertly maneuvers through the complex emotions that follow a tragedy so that the audience is allowed a respite."