Rabbit Hole

Rabbit Hole

by David Lindsay-Abaire
Directed by: Mary Ann Rodgers

Talk-back session
after the performance,

 Sunday May 29.
May 13 — June 12, 2011
Thu 7:30pm May 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9
Fri 8:00pm May 13. 20, 27, June 3, 10
Sat 8:00pm May 14, 21, 28, June 4, 11
Sun 2:00pm May 22,  29, June 5, 12
"Pay What You Will Preview" on May 12
** No matinee on the first Sunday **

Performance dates:
May 13 - June 12, 2011 



This 2006 Broadway smash hit won the Pulitzer Prize and was nominated as Best Play for the Theatre Guild’s Tony Awards. Here is a contemporary drama filled with humor, hope and true humanity.

Becca and Howard Corbett appear to be a couple with everything, until an accident shatters their lives. How they cope, evolve and emerge is told with wit, compassion and great honesty, It reminds us all of how the human spirit has the power to heal even the most traumatic of blows.

“Rabbit Hole burrows into the audience’s heart” USA Today.

“Moving, funny and brave” Salt Lake Tribune.


"Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire has skillfully interwoven clever repartee, sharply defined characters and plenty of emotional punch in Ross Valley Players production of "Rabbit Hole"... Athough the story line might appear edgy, this beautifully crafted play overflows with sufficient humor, energy and hope to create a most satisfying result."
Cari Lynn Pace
“RVP and director Rodgers have a wonderful production underway, among this season's best. "Rabbit Hole" deals sensitively but adroitly with a difficult subject, while never defaulting to cliche. That elevates this show above the ordinary, and justifies the Pulitzer.”
"If you saw the movie, you missed the play, which is about a whole family, not just Nicole Kidman. If you've seen the play, see it again at Ross Valley where a sterling cast will take you through a dramatic, and thoughtful, evening."
...in its honest candor and complete lack of sentimentality, Rabbit Hole gives us a glimpse into a family very much like our own... Alternately sad and funny, Rabbit Hole is a deeply human look at one family's attempt to come to terms with the impossible and emerge stronger than before.
"Here’s a comment that was overheard at intermission last Friday: “This is like a breath of fresh air after the movie!” Director Mary Ann Rodgers, who clearly loves the play, has created an artistic best for The Ross Valley Players and The Barn."

Cast & Crew

Becca Beth Kellermann
Izzy Floriana Alessandria
Howie Gregg LeBlanc
Nat Maureen O'Donoghue
Jason Liam Hughes
Voice of Danny Taylor Davis

Production Staff
Director Mary Ann Rodgers
Production Manager Wood Lockhart
Stage Manager Diane Pickell-Gore 
Set Design Ken Rowland 
Costume Design Michael Berg 
Lighting Design Ellen Brooks 
Sound Design Billie Cox 
Property Design Maureen Scheuenstuhl 
Set Construction Ian Swift, David L. Smith
Light Operator Mark Toepfer
Asst. Stage Manager Eric Welch
Sound Operator Diane Pickell-Gore
Volunteer Coordinator Eleanor Prugh 
Publicity Coordinators Tinka Ross,
Ellen Goldman
Publicist Shelley Klaner
Graphic Design Mark Shepard

Press & Extras



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