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PULITZER PRIZE WINNER COMES TO KINGSTON
True Rep brings poignant and witty Rabbit Hole to community
We are proud to announce True Rep's next offering, David Lindsay-Abaire's, 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning drama, Rabbit Hole. The play focuses on Becca and Howie, eight months after a shocking and sudden event upends their otherwise perfect life. As they navigate their new normal, they must learn to cope with well intentioned family, uncomfortable friends, and each other, as they try to rediscover that lining of hope that used to surround their marriage.
Join us for Rabbit Hole at The Beal House, 222 Main St. in Kingston, on March 24 & 25 at 8PM and March 25 & 26 at 3PM. Tickets are $25 for general admission and $22 for seniors and students. Buy tickets at www.truereptheatre.com or at the door (cash and check only).
“This is such a well written play. The playwright has an incredible ability to wade deep into dramatic water and then suddenly provide the audience unexpected laughter. It is so true to how we experience and cope with tragedy,” said director, Victoria Bond.
Donald Sheehan, True Rep's Artistic Director, who plays Howie, notes, “This play asks us to confront our understanding of grief and how we process it. Given all that the community has been through, it feels like the right time to share this play.”
Through their Project 719 initiative, True Rep encourages local organizations providing services thematically related to a production, to become involved. For Rabbit Hole, True Rep is proud to connect with Hope Floats Healing and Wellness Center in Kingston. At every performance, True Rep will promote awareness of the center, and their services, that are helping so many to process their grief.
The cast includes Victoria Bond (Plymouth) as Becca, Donald Sheehan (Pembroke) as Howie, Julie Butler (Pembroke) as Izzy, Lisa Caron Driscoll (Marshfield) as Nat, and Patrick McCarthy (Dorchester) as Jason. The show is directed by Victoria Bond and stage managed by Anthea Diamond (Kingston).
Hope Floats is a bereavement and educational center for adults, children, teens, and their families who are grieving, dealing with illness, or facing other life challenges. Our free support services bring hope and healing to those in need.