Rabbit Hole
April 23-26, 2009
Written by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Michael James
Scenic Design by John Olive
Costume Design by Deanne McDonald
Lighting Design by Jason Witty
Sound Design by Matt Gilbertson

After the death of their son, Howie (Jeff A. Smith) and Becca (RaeAnne Carlson)
have a difficult time communicating.

Because they have a shared experience, Becca and her mother, Nat (Nikki Swoboda)
are able to find better ways to communicate.

Despite his best efforts to share his feelings—or perhaps because of them—Jason (Joseph B. Crook, left),
the young man who accidentally killed their son, is unable to share their grief. Looking on from a
distance is Becca's sister, Izzy (JoNae Villeneuve).

Jason usually feels alone when he tries to reach out.

The inability to share grief leads to anger and alienation.

Despite the pain, family is the best source of consolation.

Director Michael James talks about the upcoming production:

How did you find out about Rabbit Hole? Listen

Tell us a bit about the story. Listen

Who are the characters and the actors playing them? Listen

How can you prepare a young cast for such an emotional experience? Listen
More information about the One Bright Star organization.

While the story carries the play, how did others (such as Kato Flooring and Lowe's of Mankato) contribute? Listen


Photos by Mike Lagerquist