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Film, "Rabbit Hole": A couple grieves tastefully

"Rabbit Hole": A couple grieves tastefully

Based on the Pulitzer Prize–winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire, John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole plops us down in the lives of Becca (Nicole Kidman, who also produced) and Howie (Aaron Eckhart), fortyish bourgie marrieds rattling around an East Coast dream…
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Culture, Stage Breast cancer sucks, and so does <i>Tough Titty</i>

Breast cancer sucks, and so does Tough Titty

What I am about to do may well banish me to hell: I am about to disparage an autobiographical play about terminal breast cancer, written by a playwright who recently died of the disease and produced by a theater company…
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Rabbit Hole

Playwright David Lindsay-Abaire's beautiful Pulitzer Prize-winning play gets a genuinely heartfelt and at times moving production from Studio 300 Theatre. The cast has an easy, gentle approach to the material, which fits well with the comic air that runs over…
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Kimberly Akimbo

When they get beyond a certain age, female actors don't often have much fun onstage. Relegated to playing doddering old dowagers, even the spriest sixtysomething must resign herself to spending the rest of her career serving tea from a samovar…
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