Salt Lake City, UT – H.L. Mencken once said that theater "is not life in miniature, but life enormously magnified." But David Lindsay-Abair's Tony-nominated Rabbit Hole takes on the orchestra of human emotions with a humor and quiet truth that belies the argument. Becca and her husband Howie have suffered a severe loss, and the play follows their journey through grief, blame and coping. Salt Lake Acting Company is one of the first theaters to produce the play after its New York run, and Doug is joined by director Kevin Myhre and actors Michelle Peterson and Anne Cullimore Decker for a look at this moving work.
Salt Lake Acting Company's production of Rabbit Hole runs through October 8th. For tickets and more information, call 363-7522 or visit SLAC on-line.
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