Rabbit Hole

Nothing moves people more than the death of a child. And while a play centered around such tragedy might make its audience feel manipulated and cheap, like a bad Lifetime move, David Lindsay-Abaire’s Rabbit Hole handles it with such honesty and insight as to take its audience through the most grievous journey without resentment or reproach. This month, the Jungle Theater takes on the difficult, yet rewarding task of presenting the Pulitzer-winning play to Twin Cities audiences. With directer Bain Boehlke at the helm, the Jungle Theater will perform Lindsay-Abaire’s story of Becca and Howard Corbett. Find out what happens when a family is torn apart by the accidental death of their four-year-old. And what happens when the driver of the car that killed him shows up at their doorstep.

The Jungle Theater, 2951 Lyndale Ave S. Minneapolis, 612-822-7063; $26-$36.