Fuddy Meers chronicles a day in the life of Claire, a woman with a rare form of psychogenic amnesia, similar to Drew Barrymore in the 2004 blockbuster hit 50 First Dates. The play, written by David Lindsey-Abaire, offers a storyline full of twists and turns.
"When I started searching for a show, I realized I wanted to do something that would be as fun for me to direct as it would be for the audience to watch," said student director Rayna Long, class of 2008 from Payne, Ohio.
Students performing in Fuddy Meers are Brien Sewell, class of 2009 from Greenville, Ohio, Michael McGee, class of 2009 from Wassaic, N.Y., Kristin Hobson, class of 2010 from Indianapolis, Ind., Sheila Herlihy, class of 2011 from North Royalton, Ohio, Paul Weber, class of 2010 from Elmhurst, Ill., Chrissy Cole, class of 2009 from Berlin, N.H., and Colt Clarson, class of 2010 from Mesa, Ariz.
"Fuddy Meers is not only fun, but current and unexpected," Long said. "It's definitely a show that can keep an audience on its toes."
Written By: Rachel Morgan '08
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