Walk in My Shoes - Snap #324

We see people and they look fine. But what happens when we pull back the veneer and see the burden they are carrying?



The Photo Album

Snap Judgment's Glynn Washington gets something unexpected added to his drink . . .

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller

Tough as Nails

Paula Sophia Schonauer was the star cop of her precinct when she was a man. But after transitioning and becoming a female, her colleagues on the force believed she was incapable of doing her job. How was she going to reclaim their respect?

Paula Sophia is a writer, too--check out her work right here.

Producer: Stephanie Foo


Shot Down

A British airman is shot down over Germany during World War II, and the townspeople are thirsty for revenge.

Producer: Anna Sussman


Most Wanted

 To the world, Richard was Washington State’s Most Wanted; a thief and a murderer. But to his chaplain, Chris, Richard was a sweet, well-meaning man who just wanted to be seen. Which version would Richard be remembered for?

Chris is a writer and a chaplain currently living in Montana.

Producer: Stephanie Foo


Last Train

Bernard Hare was a broker-than-broke student living on the outskirts of society. He hadn't paid rent in months, he had not been in touch with his family for a while...when the police came calling at his little hovel.

Producer: Anna Sussman


Stealing Ann by Scott Kravitz

Stealing is not cool..unless it saves a life, or two. Animator and storyteller Scott Kravitz explains why he stole from a homeless person, and wins over our Snap Judgment audience with his sneaky charisma.

Original Music by Alex Mandel
Performed Live by Alex Mandel and The Snap Judgment Players

Accidental Cop

Doug Cordell is a mild mannered writer, the kind of guy who’s always writing himself into the eyes of his characters. But when the drug dealers at his apartment complex suspect him of being an undercover cop, Doug plays a dangerous game of taking on his new role. Doug Cordell is an Emmy-nominated writer and performer in the Bay Area, and is currently working on a novel.

Producers: Jamie DeWolf and Renzo Gorrio