SNAFU is a one-act play with four scenes. It tells the story of Cori Birch, a young authoress who struggles with anxiety, depression, and writer's block. Her parents and her subconsciousness try their hardests to help her, but she can't seem to bring herself to heal.
The play was performed on October 17th, 2014 in Wilks Theater at Miami University of Ohio, as a part of the organization Stage Left's 'Night of One Acts.'
Cast (in order of appearance):
Erin Mathey as Cori Birch
Jordan Dinwiddie as Mrs. Birch
Simon Sedmak as Mr. Birch
Emily Myerholtz as the Muse
Chase Wagner as Hero
Jordan Dinwiddie as Female Love Interest
Simon Sedmak as Male Love Interest
Jordan Dinwiddie as Heroine
AKA the most AMAZING cast I could ever have for my directorial debut. Their acting was spot on, and everything came together wonderfully. These five were such pleasures to work with, and they really brought my vision to life.
Fun fact: I wrote the whole play in one sitting, in one night. 9pm until about 2:30 or 3am. For fun.