Posts Tagged:Linda High

The Georgetowner: Rabbit Hole

Death and loss is a staple of theater drama and tragedy, of course, and the death of a child only ups the ante, even if it is not unfamiliar stage fare. Rabbit Hole

Under the direction of resident company member Kerri Rambow, Susan Marie Rhea gives a phenomenal performance as Becca, a mother still reeling from the unexpected and accidental loss of her four year-old son Danny almost a year ago.

MD Theatre Guide: Rabbit Hole

The pressure is high, but director Kerri Rambow and her team at Keegan are able to do tremendous justice to the much praised script.

DC Theatre Scene: Rabbit Hole

Grieving the sudden death of a cherished person is a most personal process, not bound to an expiration date or applied formula. The passage from shock to acceptance is a campaign for control over pain and a rationalization of the unfathomable.

The Washington Post: Rabbit Hole

Objects have taken on a terrible significance for Becca and Howie Corbett, the married central characters in David Lindsay-Abaire’s play “Rabbit Hole.”

DC Metro Theater Arts: Rabbit Hole

Rabbit Hole is a tightly woven exploration of grief and forgiveness, and the actors at The Keegan Theatre do a fantastic job of giving the play a life that is touching, heartfelt, and frequently funny.

The Edge: Steel Magnolias

Warm up your curling irons and ready the Zatarain’s, the ladies of Chinquapin Parish have temporarily set up shop on Church Street. Director Mark Rhea revives Robert Harling’s play of sassy Southern living in a scintillating production at the Keegan Theatre near Dupont. If you’ve not yet had the pleasure of this dramedy in a

DC Theatre Scene: Steel Magnolias

Even if you know the story, saw the movie or an earlier production of Steel Magnolias, this iteration warrants a return visit, because it’s likely you haven’t seen an actual mother and daughter in the roles. The casting adds a special charm and poignancy to the script, and it doesn’t hurt that both actresses are

Northern Virginia Magazine: Steel Magnolias

It’s a famous show about Hair, and no, it doesn’t end in -spray or feature nude dancers Chances are, you’ve either seen or heard of “Steel Magnolias.” It opened Off-Broadway in 1987, and by 1989, playwright Robert Harling transformed his script into an iconic movie featuring A-listers Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Daryl Hannah,

Washington Post: Steel Magnolias

‘Steel Magnolias’ cathartic for mourning mother and daughter stars by Jane Horwitz Sheri Herren says it’s been a “healing process” for her and her daughter Laura  to play mother and child onstage in “Steel Magnolias.” Set among a group of women friends in a small-town Louisiana beauty salon in the 1980s, the play has much

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