Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Richard Kalinoski
Becca and Howie Corbett’s idyllic family life is shattered. The automobile death of their four-year old son tears at the fabric of love and intimacy between them. Becca and Howie express their mutual pain differently. Howie is accusatory, and Becca is caustically bitter. As Becca mourns, she encounters Jason, the teenage driver, who continually asks for forgiveness. Rejecting self-help manuals, support groups and her mother’s advice, Becca discovers the path of forgiveness leads not to a parallel universe but to hope.