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Tickets on sale NOW!
We are excited to present the first two shows of the six shows we plan on producing in 2019!

We will advertise the rest of the shows as we secure rights to perform them.

"Jones Hope Wooten have another hit on their hands." 

Wilson Daily Times, Wilson, NC

"This play is easily the hottest show in the country right now."
Danville News

"Two hours of hilarity with a heart, flawlessly written. The humor is crisp, clever and very, very smart and never settles for an obvious laugh."
Eastern Iowa Life, Cedar Rapids 

Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize. "David Lindsay-Abaire has crafted a drama that's not just a departure but a revelation—an intensely emotional examination of grief, laced with wit, insightfulness, compassion and searing honesty." —Variety. "Grade: A! A transcendent and deeply affecting new play, which shifts perfectly from hilarity to grief." —Entertainment Weekly. "RABBIT HOLE presents a tragedy and its consequences with utter candor, and without sentimentality. The dialogue is most impressive for capturing the awkwardness and pain of thinking people faced with an unthinkable situation—and eventually, their capacity for survival, and even hope." —USA Today. "With RABBIT HOLE, David Lindsay-Abaire has crafted the most serious, simply told work of his career—a painstakingly beautiful, dramatically resourceful, exquisitely human new play." —BackStage. "A thoroughly absorbing, profoundly affecting and painfully touching examination of grief." —Bergen Record. "The highest praise to playwright David Lindsay-Abaire! RABBIT HOLE is an entertaining and satisfying play—it might just be the year's best." —Show Business Weekly. "A perceptive and poignant study in the day-to-day aches of bereavement: problems with personal intimacy, the uneasy friends who don't call, the emptiness in a house packed with reminders…Heartbreaking in its theme and details, RABBIT HOLE is a beautifully crafted work of great sensitivity." —Star-Ledger.