An asteriod will collide with the Earth in three weeks, and three siblings scramble to mend their fractured family and make sense of the devastating secret that originally tore them apart.
A Louisiana family mourns the unexpected loss of a veteran of the war in Afghanistan. Over three years, their grief reaches out into unexpected places, forming a future from a broken past.
Inspired by Virginia Woolf's “A Room of One's Own,” the play imagines a William Shakespeare at the end of his career in desperate need of a new play, a sister, Judith, who is equally talented as a writer and the act of creative thievery that tears their relationship apart.
Cody Daigle is the resident playwright of The Playhouse Tulsa and a company playwright for both Acadiana Repertory Theatre and Manhattan Theatre Works (MTWorks). Plays for The Playhouse Tulsa: William and Judith, Tulsa! A Radio Christmas Spectacular, Little Women and The Bottom of the Sea. Plays for Acadiana Repertory Theatre: In the Bones, The Survivalists, The Woman's Part. Plays for MTWorks: Providence, A Home Across the Ocean (MTWorks), and the original one-act version of In the Bones. Other plays: 18 Victoria (New Orleans Fringe Festival), The Book of D (The Growing Stage), "Certain Unexplainable Events (StageRIGHT Theatre, Seattle), "Gone" (Gadfly Theatre, Minneapolis), "There and Back (Prologue Theatre Company, Chicago). He is a two-time winner of the Great Plains Theatre Conference Holland New Voices Playwriting Award, a 2015 finalist for the Princess Grace Award, and the winner of the 2015 Bruce and Arch Brown Foundation Playwriting Award.