Rabbit Hole is a Pulitzer Prize winning play and a recent successful movie. With clear-eyed truth and compassion it tells of the halting attempts to cope with the sudden, accidental loss of a child. The writing is so real there is a feeling of eavesdropping as the parents, grandmother, aunt and the 17 year old driver involved in the accident deal with their inward and outward responses. Given the situation, there is a surprising amount of humor since life still has to go on day by day. We believe you will be engrossed in this play and will care very much about the people in it.