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Greg LeGault is Associate Professor of Theatre and Director of Theatre at Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS. He received a B.A. in Theatre-Performance from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, an M.A. in Theatre History and Criticism from Ohio University–Athens, and an M.F.A. in Playwriting from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. In 1999, he received SIUC’s Christian H. Moe Playwriting Award for Best Short Play; in 1998, he and playwriting partner Mike Speller shared the Council for Wisconsin Writers’ Dale Wasserman Drama Award. LeGault's plays have been produced at SIUC, the University of Wisconsin-Marinette’s Theatre on the Bay, Bethany College, the Orlando Fringe Festival, Strawdog Theatre in Chicago, and the Cleveland Women's Theatre Project. His play In the Wake, co-written with Chicago-based playwright Michael Speller, was a Play Labs selection at the 2009 GPTC. Greg lives in Emporia, Kansas, with his wife Susie, daughter Emma, and a precocious beagle named Jacob.


An evening at the opera has unexpected consequences for Robert and Carla, a husband and wife who have become relative strangers to one another. Any hope for their future hinges on the recovery of a shared past, and the rediscovery of each other