Three generations of women must come together to solve a bloody situation. This darkly comedic play takes a look at the legacy of abuse, the power of family, and how to prevent the resurrection of a headless chicken.
Chloé Hung is a Chinese-Canadian writer based in Los Angeles. A graduate of NYU Tisch’s MFA program in Dramatic Writing, Chloé’s first play, All Our Yesterdays, played in two festivals in Canada to critical acclaim. Her second play Issei, He Say (or the Myth of the First) was workshopped at The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and will premiere at New Jersey Repertory Company in April 2018 and has garnered an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award. Her third play Three Women of Swatow was developed with Toronto’s Tarragon Theatre company and won Chloé the RBC Emerging Playwrights Award. Her play Model Minority was workshopped with Moving Arts Company’s MADlab. Chloé currently writes on the third season of the Ava DuVernay-created TV drama "Queen Sugar."
Rebecca Wear’s previous credits include If the Saints (Metro Baptist), Obedient Steel (HEREarts), I Run with You (Women’s Center Stage) and Ophelia (Hollywood Fringe Festival). She associate directed the world premiere of Lynn Nottage’s Sweat (Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Arena Stage). She has previously assisted Jerry Ruiz, Stew, Kate Whoriskey and Lindsay Allbaugh. Rebecca has worked with Under the Radar, been an associate artist with The Orchard Project, held a Sherwood Fellowship with Center Theatre Group, and is currently pursuing a PhD through a Chancellor’s Fellowship at University of California, Santa Barbara.
Katherine Chou, Emily Kuroda, Janet Song