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'Rabbit Hole'

Becca, left, played by Stacey Neuhaus, and Howie, played by Colin Wasmund, rehearse a scene from The Barn Theatre's production of "Rabbit Hole." The drama opens Wednesday and is being directed by Siobhan Bremer. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

The Barn Theatre presents "Rabbit Hole" at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15-18, 22-25. Tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for ages 18 and under and are available at the box office.

This Pulitzer prize winning play by David Lindsay-Abaire is a sensitive drama about a family who seemed to have all they wanted and experience a life-shattering accident and the death of their 5-year-old son. The script does a "superb job" of capturing the couple's painful journey through everyday conversation and actions. It is spirited and often funny.

Playing the parents are Colin Wasmund as Howie, a risk-management broker, and his wife, Becca, played by Stacey Neuhaus.

Izzy, Becca's spirited younger sister is played by Angela Nelson while her somewhat self-absorbed mother is played by Anne Lankey. James Aronson rounds out the cast playing Jason, a teen-age boy.

The play is directed by Siobhan Maya Bremer with Mike Rindfleisch as technical director. Brittany Ottum is the stage manager and Jim Cofer is the assistant stage manager.

Costumes are by Liz Carlson and Robin Spencer is in charge of properties. The set design is by Christopher McAninch.

For additional information, contact The Barn at 320-235-9500 or visit The Barn box office at 321 Fourth St. S.W. in downtown Willmar.