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RABBIT HOLE Begins Final Performances At Biltmore Theatre

The Manhattan Theatre Club world premiere production of David Lindsay-Abaire's RABBIT HOLE begins the final two weeks of its limited engagement at the Biltmore Theatre (261 West 47th Street). The production will close on Sunday, April 9 after playing 23 preview performances and 77 regular performances.

SHINING CITY, the next show in MTC's 2005-2006 Biltmore Season begins previews on Thursday, April 20 for a Tuesday, May 9 opening.

Ben Brantley of The New York Times called RABBIT HOLE "a beautifully observed new play, with some of the most nuanced acting to be seen on a stage or screen this year," and Entertainment Weekly gave the show an "A" rating.

The cast features (in alphabetical order): Tyne Daly (Nat), John Gallagher Jr. (Jason), Mary Catherine Garrison (Izzy), Cynthia Nixon (Becca), and John Slattery (Howie).

Becca (Nixon) and Howie Corbett (Slattery) have everything they could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down, and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. Becca, who must also cope with the distractions of her reckless sister Izzy (Garrison), and their opinionated mother, Nat (Daly), takes solace in her unlikely friendship with a neighborhood teenager, Jason (Gallagher), who might provide the key to lead her back from the darkest of places.

The play is a bittersweet drama about finding hope in the lowest moments of our lives, and the paths we take to return to the light of day.

RABBIT HOLE marks the Broadway debut of playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, who has been represented at MTC with productions of Fuddy Meers, Wonder of the World, and Kimberly Akimbo.

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