David Caudle is a recent alumnus of the Dorothy Strelsin New American Writers Group at Primary Stages, where he has developed several plays, including Downward Facing Debbie, Likeness, Leg Man, South Beach Rapture, Damsel and The Common Swallow, and most recently, the original musical Show People, with music composed by James Rubio. His play Visiting Hours recently premiered to critical acclaim, produced by Rising Shiners theater company in New Orleans. Currently residing in New York, Mr. Caudle is a Miami native who often sets his plays in his hometown, or premieres them there. In Development and Likeness premiered at New Theatre in Miami in October '09 and September '07. The Sunken Living Room, now published by Samuel French, also premiered at New Theatre as a co-production with Southern Rep in April '06, followed by an acclaimed New Orleans production at Southern Rep in January '07. David's one-act, Feet of Clay, was a winner of The 29th Annual Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival. The short film version was directed by True Blood's Carrie Preston. Most recently, he has written the screen adaptation of Major Conflict: One Gay Man's Life in the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Military, by retired US Army Major Jeffrey McGowan.