The worst part is just knowing how you left things is how you left things.
Cynthia comes home to an odd confession from her boyfriend Louis, who is recovering after a car accident. It’ll have to wait, though: Uncle Bill, who was driving when the car skidded off the ice, is coming over to get some help with the funeral arrangements for his wife Jackie, who died in the crash. Unfortunately, Louis just can’t keep his news to himself.
Playwright: Bryce Doersam
Bryce Doersam is in his first year of the Creative Writing MFA program at UBC. His short play Carl Williams was featured in the 2014 Brave New Play Rites Festival. In addition to theater, he writes fiction and non-fiction.
Director: Katrina Darychuk
Katrina is a director, voice teacher, and East Vancouverite. She currently teaches at Vancouver Film School and The Art Institute of Vancouver. She has worked with various local companies such as Bard on the Beach, Gateway Theatre, Rumble Theatre, and Theatre Replacement. She is a graduate of Studio 58. Some recent directing credits include a staged reading of George F. Walker’s Better Living (Stone’s Throw Productions), Shake the Sheets (Level-Headed Friends), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Cecil Green Co-op), This is War, (TREMORS Festival), and Saudade (Theatre Plexus).
Actors: Sean Patrick Sonier, Mark Tibando, and Nina Tischhauser