In celebration of its 10th anniversary the Actors' Workshop of Ithaca will be performing Rabbit Hole, a 2005 play by David Lindsay-Abaire, about a couple that struggles to recover after their young son is in a fatal accident. Actor and director Jeremy Webb, who has known Eliza VanCort, the founder of the workshop, since they attended Boynton Middle School together, will direct.
The play includes a relationship between Becca, the grieving mother, and her younger sister. "This is really Katie's show," said VanCort of Katie Spallone, the lead actor in Rabbit Hole. "It's her story; she's in every scene."
"It's funny because we are," said Spallone looking at VanCort, "like sisters."