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Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. This winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day.
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Whenever he is not on stage, Rial enjoys being part of the incredible production team here at Stage Door. Being a child of the sixties, he has always been fascinated with the effect music and sound have on human emotions.
Jane is delighted to be returning to Stage Door after working as a freelance costume designer costuming nearly 100 shows for many Atlanta area theatres including The Essential Theatre, OnStage Atlanta, Serenbe Playhouse and The Legacy Theatre.
A native of Benton, KY, Jacob moved to Atlanta, GA seven years ago to participate in the Shakespeare Tavern's Apprentice Program. In addition to acting, Jacob is a playwright whose first show, Homers, will be premiering at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre & Conservatory in early 2015.
Chase is so excited to be making his Stage Door debut as Jason in Rabbit Hole. He recently took part in the Actor's Express internship where he understudied roles in Pluto and Maple and Vine. Most recently he performed in Best of Both Worlds as Gregg and The Rocky Horror Show as a Phantom also at Actor's Express. He would like to thank his fiancé for endless support and his family for cheering him on.
Patricia French is thrilled to be making her debut at Stage Door Players. She has worked at most of the Atlanta theatres, and some of her favorite roles include: Mary in Long Day’s Journey Into Night; Arkadina in The Seagull; Eleanor in Lion In Winter; Blanche Dubois in Streetcar Named Desire; Fefu in Fefu and her Friends; Mrs. Kendall in Elephant Man; Roberta in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea; and the one-woman show, Search For Signs of Intelligent Life.
Matthew Myers is pleased to be returning to Stagedoor after last appearing in Out of Order. Most recently Matt has appeared in Synchronicity's Lasso of Truth, Dividing the Estate at Theatrical Outfit and as Mr. Salt in Fabrefaction's production of Willy Wonka. Matt wishes to thank the cast, the staff and crew of Stagedoor, Robert, Dina and his wife, Anna-Claire. He also wishes to thank YOU for supporting live theatre.