Max said that she was very moved after seeing 'Rabbit Hole' on Broadway a year ago and thought that the part of Becca suited her well. The theater applied for the rights to do the play for the first time in the region and, according to Max, is only the eighth theatre in the country to be given rights.
Though 'Rabbit Hole' is rated R, Max said that is because of strong language that occurs about two to three times in the play.
"There's really no adult content," she said. "However, it isn't really a play for children unless the family is into the theatre," Max said.
Tickets for the Rabbit Hole are $20 per person and reservations can be made through the Curtain Call Theatre box office by calling 877-7529. All seating is general admission. Information is also available at the Web site, www.curtaincalltheatre.com.""