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Drama Review - Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire

The worst tragedy that any person can experience is losing a child. This 2007 Pulitzer Prize winning drama delved into the impact of such a loss on a young family. 898 more words

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David Lindsay-Abaire's Ripping 'Ripcord', An Odd Couple For The Ages - Review

What would we do without odd couples? Not just Neil Simon’s Oscar and Felix but all those mismatched friends, lovers, spouses, siblings, parents, partners, pets, cousins, exes, execs, scoundrels, thieves and other ill-suited collaborationists whose sum is more than the equal of their farce? 412 more words

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Off Broadway Review: 'Ripcord' by David Lindsay-Abaire

The Manhattan Theater Club presumably commissioned “Ripcord” from playwright David Lindsay-Abaire to give their faithful subscription audience a subject dear to their own hearts. The Pulitzer Prize -winning writer (for “Rabbit Hole”) has come up with an amiable if simplistic crowdpleaser, in the form of a duel of wits between “odd couple” roommates in an assisted living facility. 514 more words


Rachel Dratch, Holland Taylor Join New David Lindsay-Abaire Play

Rachel Dratch and Holland Taylor have signed on to star Off Broadway in “Ripcord,” the new stage comedy by David Linsday-Abaire, the playwright who won the Pulitzer for “Rabbit Hole.” 297 more words


New Podcast! CRAZY EIGHTS by David Lindsay-Abaire

In this week’s podcast,Crazy Eights, a short play by David Lindsay-Abaire recovering drug addicts (Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo) have their Saturday night card game rudely interrupted by Bobby Cannavale, who plays good cop/bad cop all by himself. 97 more words


Rabbit Hole By Naatak - An avalanche of emotions that slowly settles in you

Handling Bereavement, the intensity and duration of it are different for different people, there is no one single point when you can say it has completely ended. 510 more words