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|February 20, 2020|
Sokolsky on the Arts and Entertainment
A weekly program focusing on the arts and entertainment
The play is David Lindsay-Abaire's "Rabbit Hole" and it is scheduled to be adapted into a feature film later this year with Nicole Kidman in one of its lead roles. But meanwhile it can be currently seen on the stage of the Riverside Community Players.
The engagement marks the Inland Empire debut of the work and Arts and Entertainment Editor Bob Sokolsky calls it a special triumph.
Sokolsky praises director Joe Musil for the way he has assembled the production. And he extends equal praise to cast members Sharon Kuhn, Ali Rafter, Adam Demerath, Pat McQuillan and Justin Eaton.
The play deals with a major tragedy that has fallen upon five basically good people and examines the way each of them responds to that situation.
The result, Sokolsky says, is "a vibrant work whose equal will be difficult to match or even approach."
Episode Date: May 22, 2009