"A PLAYFUL, ENIGMATIC AND HAUNTING SHOW that takes on a gravity that prickles your skin, and keeps taking unexpected turns that often lead us back to the relief of laughter. Any worthy theatrical experience is a dive down into a rabbit hole, where the destination is unknown. The distinction of White Rabbit Red Rabbit is that the performer moves right alongside us on the journey."
Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
"A dazzling, transcendent piece of alive-and-kicking theater...I experienced a play that no one in the world will ever experience again... the whole building felt like it was living and breathing."
Entertainment Weekly, Critics Grade: A
The actor about to perform has never seen it. In fact, there is a new actor every performance, and they’ve only been told what is absolutely necessary:
Do not Google this play.
Prepare to impersonate a .
Once you start, you must finish...
NO MATTER WHAT.
WHITE RABBIT RED RABBIT has been called a play. But it’s a lively, global sensation that no-one is allowed to talk about. Its award-winning playwright, Nassim Soleimanpour, is Iranian. His words have escaped censorship and are awaiting your audience. Slyly humorous and audaciously pointed, this ‘theater entertainment meets social experiment’ is unlike anything, and will make you question everything. Have fun!
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All tickets include a $1.50 facility fee. A limited number of rush tickets will be available the day of the performance when the box office opens. Rush tickets are cash only and have a limit of 2 per person. Rush seats will not be available for the May 2nd performance.
Running Time: 75 minutes
A portion of the play’s profits will go to PEN International, the world’s leading association of writers working to promote literature and defend freedom of expression around the world.
Bam: Hickey in the Robert Falls production of The Iceman Cometh. Broadway: Present Laughter (Drama Desk nomination), (Tony Award® nomination, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards), Laughter on the 23rd Floor, Love! Valour! Compassion! (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle Awards), The Man Who Came to Dinner, The Producers (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Olivier Awards), The Frogs, The Odd Couple, Butley, November, Waiting for Godot (Outer Critics Circle nomination), The Addams Family (Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations), The Nance (Tony and Drama Desk nominations, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Distinguished Performance Awards), It’s Only a Play. Off-Broadway: (1992 Obie Award for Sustained Excellence of Performance) includes Love, The Common Pursuit, The Film Society, The Lisbon Traviata (Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Awards, Outer Critics Circle nomination), Bad Habits, Lips Together, Teeth Apart, Love! Valour! Compassion! (Obie Award), Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams (Drama Desk nomination), Mizlansky/Zilinsky or Schmucks, Trumbo, Measure for Measure (St. Clair Bayfield Award), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, She Stoops to Conquer, and Do Re Mi (at Encores). Television: Recurring roles on “The Good Wife,” “Modern Family,” and “American Crime Story,” as well as many guest appearances. Six Primetime Emmy® nominations, Two Daytime Emmy Awards and A People’s Choice Award. Over 35 films including The Birdcage (Golden Globe® nomination, Screen Actors Guild® and American Comedy Awards), Ironweed, Frankie and Johnny, Mousehunt, Jeffrey, The Lion King, Stuart Little, Nicholas Nickleby (National Board of Review Award) The Producers (Golden Globe nomination), Swing Vote, Mirror, Mirror, The English Teacher, and Carrie Pilby. In 2006, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and in 2008 he was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame.
In 2002, Whoopi Goldberg became one of a very elite group of artists who have won the Grammy® (Whoopi Goldberg, 1985), the Academy Award® (Ghost, 1991), the Golden Globe® (The Color Purple, 1985 and Ghost, 1991), the Emmy® (as host of AMC’s “Beyond Tara: The Extraordinary Life of Hattie McDaniel,” 2002), a Daytime Emmy (“The View” in 2009) and a Tony® (Producer of Thoroughly Modern Millie, 2002). She is equally well-known for her humanitarian efforts on behalf of children, the homeless, human rights, education, substance abuse and the battle against AIDS, as well as many other causes and charities. Among her many charitable activities, Whoopi is a Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations.
Whoopi has appeared in many films such as Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Sister Act, Corrina, Corrina, Boys on the Side, Eddie, The Associate, How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Girl, Interrupted, and Rat Race. She has voiced characters in such animated features as The Lion King, Racing Stripes, Doogal, and Everyone’s Hero. She was part of Tyler Perry’s all-star film adaption of For Colored Girls… a Lifetime Original Movie, A Day Late and a Dollar Short, which she also executive produced, as well as Paramount/Nickelodeon Movies’ Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the upcoming feature film Big Stone Gap. She produced the documentary short, “Coach,” about legendary coach C. Vivian Stringer, for ESPN’s “Nine for IX” series. She produced and made her directorial debut with the documentary, Whoopi Goldberg Presents Moms Mabley, which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival and premiered on HBO in November 2013.
On television she has appeared on “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” hosted her own syndicated late-night talk show, starred in the NBC sitcom, “Whoopi,” which she executive produced, as well as the television movies, It’s a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie and Showtime’s Good Fences, which she co-produced with co-star Danny Glover. She produced and appeared on Nick Jr’s “Whoopi’s Littleburg” and guest starred opposite Benjamin Bratt in A&E’s “The Cleaner”. Whoopi most recently had recurring roles on ABC’s “666 Park Avenue,” and in the FOX comedy series “Glee.” She currently appears on ABC’s Emmy Award-winning “The View,” for which she has won a Daytime Emmy Award. As she has in every other facet of her career, Whoopi has made her mark as a producer on television and on Broadway including Sister Act, which is currently playing throughout the world.
In 1992, Whoopi made her debut as an author with her first children’s book, Alice. Her second literary endeavor, simply entitled Book, became a bestseller in the U.S. and around the world. Hyperion Books published Whoopi’s Big Book of Manners in 2006 and launched the Sugar Plum Ballerinas book series for young readers in 2008 with Plum Fantastic, followed by Toeshoe Trouble, Perfectly Prima, Terrible Terrel, Sugar Plums to the Rescue!, and Dancing Diva. Is It Just Me? is her most recent book for adults.
Among her many awards and honors, Whoopi has placed prints of her hands, feet and braids in the forecourt of the famed Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in front of the Kodak Theatre.