Cody Daigle


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.


Neil and Mark, two strangers, forge an unlikely friendship in the face of a shared tragedy and struggle to carve a livable future out of the wreckage of the 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.