Tony Award-Nominated Best Play Rabbit Hole at the Goodman
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The last date listed for Rabbit Hole was Sunday April 15, 2007 / 2:00pm.
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Quotes & Highlights
“an intensely emotional examination of grief, laced with wit, insightfulness, compassion and searing honesty.” -Variety
“There is nothing winking or waggish about Hole… the dialogue is most impressive for capturing the awkwardness and pain of thinking people faced with an unthinkable situation-and eventually, their capacity for survival, and even hope." —USA Today_ _ __
A revelatory new play directed by Goodman Associate Producer Steve Scott, Rabbit Hole charts one couple’s journey from darkness to light with empathy and great imagination. Rabbit Hole was nominated for five Tony Awards, including Best Play.
By David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by Steve Scott
David Lindsay-Abaire’s newest play, Rabbit Hole, premiered on Broadway at Manhattan Theater Club’s Biltmore Theater, and was nominated for three Drama League Awards and five Tonys, including Best Play of the Year. His first play with MTC, Fuddy Meers, premiered in 1999 and transferred to the Minetta Lane Theatre for a commercial run. It has since received over 300 productions around the country and abroad, including on London’s West End. Wonder of the World was produced at MTC after premiering at Washington DC’s Woolly Mammoth Theatre, where it was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award as Outstanding New Play of the Year. Kimberly Akimbo was commissioned and premiered by South Coast Repertory and received the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Playwriting, three Garland Awards and the Kesselring Prize before it opened at MTC in 2003, where it was hailed as “The Comedy of the Year” by The New York Times.
David also wrote the book for the musical High Fidelity, which opened on Broadway in December 2006, and he is currently working on the Broadway-bound musical Shrek. In addition to his work in theater, David is writing the screen adaptation of the novel _Inkheart _by Cornelia Funke for Newline Features as well as a screen adaptation of his play Kimberly Akimbo for DreamWorks. David is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and the Juilliard School, as well as a proud member of New Dramatists, the Dramatists Guild and the WGA.