- Winner of the American Theatre Critics Association Osborn Award for Emerging playwright.
- Winner of the Goldie Award – Best Solo Performance, San Francisco Bay Guardian.
- Winner of the San Francisco Solo Mio Festival Award – Best Solo performance.
- Selected by the ATCA as one of the best 3 plays produced outside of New York.
Man’s manipulation of Nature comes to haunt The lives of 6 Cajuns (the Dantins, the Cheramies and the Arcenauxs,) living at the edge of a marsh in southeastern Louisiana and as the marshland is torn up by the oil industry, heavy rains and a fierce hurricane force alligators and shady oil speculators up to human territory for food and money. Nature herself is a formidable character working on the lives of simple country people caught between the grand forces of Heaven and earth.