Bones In Whispers
by Kathleen Akerley
About the Play
2016 A.D. 99% of the human population is gone, wiped out in a mysterious Death Week. The remaining 1% cling to their theories of survival. Two clans collide in an abandoned hospital that may itself be some mutant survivor of the plague, and use guns and hip-hop dancing to fend off death, ghosts, and the disease of being human.
Kathleen Akerley (Playwright)
Kathleen Akerley has written and/or produced Pol Pot & Associates, LLP, Goldfish Thinking, Something Past in Front of the Light, and The Oogatz Man (Longacre Lea); Theories of the Sun, and Tyrant (Sideshow Theatre); Feet, 1,952 Miles, and Banquo's Dead, Jim (Source Festival); several plays for eXtreme eXchange, Hope Operas, and Round House's Heyday Players.