A world premiere written by David L. Ray and directed by Nick DeGruccio presented in a 10-month run at the Zephyr Theater.
"Stunning ensemble...In Puette's Darlene, you can track in the twitch of a lip and the curve of a brow the tug and pull between her pious defiance at what her brother is doing and personal rage that he left Georgia to do so, melting into an affirmation of what he's become — prompted by the pain caused by her husband's hypocrisy. She's in a wrestling match with herself, largely depicted in body language, and it's a fascinating bout to watch." Steven Leigh Morris, LA Weekly
LA Weekly Award Nomination