London, Edinburgh, Brighton
“It's unusual to walk into a play and be confronted with a naked girl, but that's exactly what awaits the audience in What all the Rabbits are Doing. However this is more than mere titillation: Zoe Hinks' play has a lot more up its sleeve.” **** British Theatre Guide
The prisons are full. An increasing demand for alternatives spurns new and experimental methods of rehabilitation. Raymond has a history of violent crime and has served two years in jail so far. However, his sentence takes an extraordinary turn when he is assigned to undertake life-drawing classes as part of a government programme. Marianna, an optimistic and fervent charity worker, has taken on a the job of being his life model.
Scrutinized by scientists and surveyed continuously by snipers, they become increasingly obsessed with their task. Raymond wants to learn to draw. Marianna wants to save his soul