Norma never expected to walk into a police station and come out an informant. The decision was supposed to be her saving grace, instead it bound her to a criminal life.
Producer: Nancy Lopez
Gonzalo Pelayo is a man on a mission to beat the wheel in the game of roulette in all the casinos of the world. But will his mission take him down?
Producer: Nancy Lopez
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio
Voice Translation: Martin Aguilera
In the spring of 1968, two young brothers order a live monkey from an ad they see in a comic book. What could possibly go wrong? Tim Tate originally performed this for Speakeasy DC, a live storytelling event in Washington, DC. See "Pepe! The Mail Order Monkey Musical" here.
Producer: Julia Botero
Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller and Leon Morimoto
A young Scott Sanders snares the girl of his dreams in Paris, only to lose her to some old rich guy in New York. But his inner pain is amplified by the power of a thousand suns when that rich guy pens a hit love song... about the girl of his dreams.
Scott Sanders is an actor, a writer, and you can hear him at live storytelling events like Porchlight, the Moth and Fireside.
Producer: Julia DeWitt and Mark Ristich
Sound Design: Davey Kim
One man set out to prove that "soul" can be taught...
Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller and Leon Morimoto
In Joyce Lee's family, no one feels sick or tired, just alive or dying... until an operation in Turkey finally left Joyce able to feel.
Performed at Snap LIVE! in LA.
Orignal Music Composed by Alex Mandel
Performed by Alex Mandel and the Snap Players
When Monica was little girl, growing up in Brooklyn, she a had knack for knowing just the right story to tell to get what she wanted. And what she wanted, more than anything, was to hang out with Bert & Ernie.
Producer: Joe Rosenberg
When Snap Judgment producer Davey Kim was in eighth grade, he went to the regional level spelling bee with his best friend...and took R-E-V-E-N-G-E.
Producer: Davey Kim
Joshua Walters occupies the worlds of madness and sanity and gets a souvenir from one that becomes a symbol in the other.
Producer: Mark Ristich
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto