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Last modified: August 6, 2010, 11:15 AM
RABBIT HOLE ENSEMBLE, formed in 2005, is a Brooklyn-based theatre company that engages the imagination of audiences by using the power of the performer to create atmosphere and story. Performers use their bodies and voices to create environments and sound design. Their distinctly minimalist aesthetic has already been recognized by many critcs, among them THE NEW YORK TIMES ("[for those] who enjoy something experimentally interesting…an intriguing production," 2009); TIME OUT ("Four Stars—Critic's Pick," 2008); NYTHEATRE.COM ("spectacular and so full of life," 2007); BROADWAY WORLD ("a grand and spine-tingling production," 2007); and TALKIN' BROADWAY ("a fully conceived and flawlessly executed piece of theatre," 2006) In addition, the company received two recent New York Innovative Theatre awards for their work on "The Night of Nosferatu": Edward Elefterion for Outstanding Director and Kevin Hardy for Outstanding Lighting Design.