Guest blogger’s report on “Rabbit Hole” Talback, April 20

Rabbit Hole is into its final week on the mainstage at Alumnae Theatre – go see this while you still can. In the meantime, check out the goings-on at the recent talkback matinee Q&A with the cast and director.

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I was out of town for the traditional second-Sunday post-matinee Talkback, so this report is courtesy of guest blogger Pona Tran, who has worked as Assistant Stage Manager on a couple of Alumnae Theatre Company productions (The Trojan Women and Cosî) as well as acting in two of my short plays for Gay Play Day and other occasions. Thanks, Pona!

"Rabbit Hole" cast & director at post-show Talkback, Sun April 20, 2014: with Cameron  Johnston  (Howie), director Paul Hardy, Christopher Manousos (Jason), Paula Schultz (Becca), Joanne Sarazen (Izzy) and Sheila Russell (Nat). “Rabbit Hole” cast & director at post-show Talkback, Sun April 20, 2014: with Cameron Johnston (Howie), director Paul Hardy, Christopher Manousos (Jason), Paula Schultz (Becca), Joanne Sarazen (Izzy) and Sheila Russell (Nat).

Producer Brenda Darling and director Paul Hardy joined the five actors onstage. What follows are highlights from the Talkback – as best as I could capture.

Brenda introduced Rabbit Hole as an Alumnae favourite, and provided the leading question:

Q: (Brenda): Question for Paul. You wanted this to be a naturalistic set.  [Set design is…

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