Rabbit Hole

Written by David Lindsay-Abaire

Date Published 2005
Length of Material 169 pages

Lindsay-Abaire’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play (2007) examines a family’s grief and recovery after losing a young child to an accident. While such explorations are often cauterized within the immediate family dynamic, Rabbit Hole goes one further and introduces the teenaged boy responsible for the death. The play examines the way grief ripples out and causes shockwaves far beyond the initial event, sometimes with confronting ferocity, but always with a sense of care.

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