The Drama Group is excited to present our next production, the Pulitzer Prize winning drama, RABBIT HOLE directed by Tony Labriola. Performances will be held at the Drama Group Studio Theatre on April 13th, 14th, 19th, 20th and 21st at 7:30pm and April 15th and 22nd at 2pm. The Studio Theatre is located at 330 W. 202nd Street, Chicago Heights, Illinois.
Tickets are $19.00 for adults and $18.00 for seniors and $15 for students with ID. Group discount rates are also available. Good seats are still available, however, due to brisk advance sales, rather than waiting to purchase at the door, it is recommended to call the Drama Group box office at (708) 755-3444 for advance sales.
For directions and other information regarding Drama Group activities, please visit our Web site at www.dramagroup.org. There is limited handicap seating. Please call the Drama Group box office for details.
Synopsis: RABBIT HOLE
RABBIT HOLE takes place in a comfortable suburban home, where five ordinary, everyday people each find ways to live on and through the death of a young boy to an automobile accident. The mother and father, sister, grandmother and the teenager who drove the car, deal with loss, heartbreak and forgiveness.
Nominated for five TONY awards, RABBIT HOLE, written by David Lindsay-Abaire, was the winner of 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Able to juxtapose heartfelt emotion with moments of genuine humor, RABBIT HOLE is told through daily moments of joy and pain, grief and humor, as the family moves on in a story that has been described as beautiful, subtle and simple yet rich.
The Drama Group is taking this production of RABBIT HOLE to be performed at the Stables Theatre in Hastings, England as part of our ongoing 13 year Theatre Exchange Program. The program originated in 1999 and has endured the test of time. Tony Labriola, the Director was part of the original ensemble that took part in the first Exchange and has been involved in every production since including the plays brought to our stage by the Stables Theatre. You will definitely want to interview Tony to get his perspective on this unique experience.