The realities of grief

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The realities of grief

Durango High School stages Pulitzer-winning ‘Rabbit Hole’
Conor Sheehan, as Howie, and Naomi Rodri, as Becca, portray parents who are unsure about how best to get over the death of their 4-year-old son in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Crystal Marmey as Izzy, left, and Jackie Honold as Nat, go through toys for Izzy’s baby in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Conor Sheehan, as Howie, can only stand and watch as Crystal Marmey, as Izzy, and Naomi Rodri as Becca fight over wether or not to return a gift in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Conor Sheehan, as Howie, and Naomi Rodri as Becca share a quiet moment alone in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
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“Rabbit Hole”
Durango High School Thespian Troupe 1096 presents a play by David Lindsay-Abaire, directed by Mona Wood-Patterson, 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Tickets cost $10 for adults, available by phone at 259-1630, ext. 2141, between 4 and 5:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

The realities of grief

Conor Sheehan, as Howie, and Naomi Rodri, as Becca, portray parents who are unsure about how best to get over the death of their 4-year-old son in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Crystal Marmey as Izzy, left, and Jackie Honold as Nat, go through toys for Izzy’s baby in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Conor Sheehan, as Howie, can only stand and watch as Crystal Marmey, as Izzy, and Naomi Rodri as Becca fight over wether or not to return a gift in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
Conor Sheehan, as Howie, and Naomi Rodri as Becca share a quiet moment alone in the DHS production of “Rabbit Hole.”
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