The one detail we do learn about Samantha's pre-reclusive life is that she and Dom were high school classmates — a discovery made during Dom's visit to Carson City from his new home base in Los Angeles.
After a few failed attempts at starting a band, Jessicka met Tenni Arslynian while attending Piper High School.
They had begun writing songs, but had not yet formed a complete band when Robin Moulder and Michelle Oliver joined them to create the band Jack In Jill.
Layne meanwhile is a painfully shy 33-year-old who soothes herself with meditative affirmations and is persuaded to open an online-dating account by her 23-year-old bombshell coworker Suz (played by Stephanie Styles with hilarious commitment to her character's millennial vanity).
Layne makes a few futile attempts at Internet love as herself but soon trades in Layne for "Courtney," a jet-setting flight attendant with a killer beach bod.
At this time Jessicka increasingly cut herself on and off stage, which earned her the title of Patron Saint of Self Injury, a line that would later resurface in the lyrics to Jack Off Jill's song, "When I Am Queen".
The band released their first full-length Sexless Demons and Scars, on September 9, 1997, then hit the road on several national tours throughout the United States and Canada.
Over the next 15 years Fodera would be involved in such bands as Jack Off Jill, Mrs.
Scabtree, Honey to Ash, Messy, and more currently, Scarling.
The only problem — as playwright Jenny Rachel Weiner depicts in her biblically titled play — is that the veil is much more easily pulled from online profiles than inscrutable celestial beings.
Directed by Kip Fagan, the play makes its world premiere in Roundabout Theatre Company's black box theater as part of the Roundabout Underground season of new work.
What the play does have the unique opportunity to offer, however, is three-dimensional characters who deeply feel the effects of both executing and being the victims of this kind of deceit.