Rabbit Hole: Pulitzer Prize Winner at Mendocino Theatre Company
Wednesday, August 13th, 2008

The cast of Rabbit Hole at Mendocino Theatre CompanyThis review is by Larry Wagner, our itinerant theatre critic.
Rabbit Hole, Mendocino Theatre Company’s latest production, won the Pulitzer Prize in 2007­—and it wasn’t even nominated. You will understand why it got the great honor when you see it—as you must. Director Kennedy White delivered what I judge to be one of the closest to perfect productions I have seen. Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire’s script is flawless and White’s cast of pros, Beth Richmond, Cynthia Triplett, Michael Rossetti, and Lorry LePaule and a talented high school senior, Connor Barnard, execute their roles with great balance. They are neither overdone or understated. The story, in a word, is about coping. I won’t give away the story. Let me simply say it was real—so real that the audience on opening night gave them a standing ovation. Get your tickets now ­at 707-937-4477.

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  1. Priscilla says:


  2. […] liked the papier mache dogs. There is a theater right next door and there we bought tickets for Rabbit Hole- a Pulitzer prize winning play for Sunday’s matinee.Later went to the beach were the Big […]

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