SNAFU Theatre: May Jasper and Sam Wilson founded SNAFU Theatre in 2002, collaborating to produce eight original theatre pieces, all directed by Wilson. Early productions include Love, Coincidence, Death’s Variety Hour, and Month of Sundays (all written by Jasper). In 2008 the company began experimenting with guided improvisation with actors, leading to the realistic dialogue and unconventional structure of shows like The Beginning of the End, Saturday Afternoon Soap Opera, and Ten Months in a Cold Town. Jasper and Wilson have also co-written two shows, The Dead Air and Murder at Warrabah House which had critically acclaimed seasons at Studio 246 in Melbourne, Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2011, and at La Mama Courthouse in 2012.
Murder at Warrabah House
by SNAFU Theatre
Both homage to and dark departure from the traditional Agatha Christie murder mystery, this antipodean re-imagining of the classic tale ...