The play features a couple grieving the loss of their child. In this emotional play, the couple struggles to confront their loss and the future of their marriage. 'Rabbit Hole' explores their emotional journey.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 30, 2012
Salt Lake Community College presents the 2007 Pulitzer prize-winning play ‘Rabbit Hole’. Featuring a talented company of student actors, the production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s five-time Tony-nominated play will run from April 5th through April 21st at the College Black Box Theatre. All performances begin at 7:30 p.m. The Black Box Theatre is located on the 2nd floor (W 210) of SLCC South City Campus, 1575 South State Street, Salt Lake City.
The play features a couple Becca and Howie grieving the loss of their 4 year-old, son, Danny. In this emotional play each of them struggles to confront their loss and the future of their marriage. 'Rabbit Hole' explores their emotional journey for comfort, resolution and healing in the face of tragedy.
Tickets are free for students with valid ID, $5.00 for SLCC Faculty and Staff, and $10.00 for the public. Adult themes and strong language not suitable for children.
Play provided by Dramatist Play Service.
For tickets, contact SLCC’s Grand Theatre Box Office at: (801) 957-3322.