An Online Humanities in Medicine Program
Behind the Scenes, A Young Woman’s Dramatic Medical Journey. 

Join us for a live online theatrical performance of scenes from
I Found That the Sun Will Rise Tomorrow
Anna Snapp

Join us for a live presentation by actress and playwright Anna Snapp, who will perform scenes from her one-woman autobiographical play which touches upon her chronic illness, PTSD from a sexual assault, an eating disorder and suicidal depression. 

Following the performance, Anna will be available for a discussion/Q&A along with Victor Fornari, MD , Chief of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry of Psychiatry, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and Professor, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.
Discussion and Debrief
TUESDAY, April 28, 2020
via ZOOM
Click below to register for the performance and discussion. You will then receive a ZOOM Invite Link and information about joining.
" Anna Snapp’s ... show was one of the bravest pieces of performance art that I have seen in a long time. She takes her audience on an emotional journey, describing the many bumps along the road she’s encountered. ...[I]t was inspiring to see a strong woman talk about such endeavors... People struggling with depression and anxiety sometimes find it hard to put their feelings into words, but Ms. Snapp did just that. She described suffering panic attacks, the shortness of breath and heaviness. She said she was continuously drawn to the floor, as if her depression were physically pulling her down." Danielle Crean, AllAboutSolo.com
" In my show, I focus on the trials and tribulations of my 29 years of life, primarily during the time between 18-24 years old. Having dealt with diagnoses of Crohn’s Disease, various bacteria, autoimmune pancreatitis, Bipolar I Disorder, insomnia, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, I look into what all of those mean in the grand scheme of my life and who I am. I have chosen an optimistic title for my show; reminding me every day that despite what life throws at me, tomorrow WILL come, and it’s not over. I give myself credit for keeping myself alive even when it felt like the hardest thing to do." Anna Snapp