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Climbing out with humour & rage – Alumnae Theatre's Rabbit Hole

Alumnae Theatre Company closes its 2013-14 season with David Lindsay-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole, directed by Paul Hardy.
Set in the Larchmont, New York home of Becca and Howie, who recently lost their four-year-old son Danny in an accident, 359 more words

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Raves for "Rabbit Hole"

It’s a tough sell – any play about grief or loss or terminal illness… you get the picture.  A play about parents dealing with the barely-comprehensible tragedy of losing a child, well it takes a brave audience to go there. 464 more words

2013/14 Season

AUDITON FOR THE MAJESTIC READERS' THEATER COMPANY

Auditions for the last three readings of the season will be:

May 12-13 7:30 PM to 9:30 ish

Upstairs at the Majestic Theater. We have all three rooms reserved this time. 231 more words

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“Rabbit Hole” opens on Friday!

David Lindsay-Abaire (don’t sneer – he was born David Abaire in working-class South Boston, but he and his wife, an actress formerly known as Christine Lindsay, both use the hyphenated surname) won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for… 594 more words

2013/14 Season

Lazy.

It’s one of those lazy days.  My roommate is home for the weekend.  It’s 11AM and I am still in my bed; blinds are closed with a little gap enough to look at the view.   118 more words

Tweet Review: Good People, Hampstead Theatre, 29 March

#GoodPeople @Hamps_Theatre funny, well acted piece can see why sold out and, transferring to west end .. Brilliant! 9/10

— nikki (@nikkiiia) March 29, 2014

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GOOD PEOPLE at Hampstead Theatre

Imelda Staunton is a very impressive actress and she does not disappoint as “Margaret” – a woman incapable of putting herself before others. Lorraine Ashbourne as “Jean” and the truly wonderful June Watson as “Dottie” complete the picture of life on the South Side in Boston. 129 more words

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