In "Caste Sytem: Beyond the Moon" Alex Dauphin plays Yolanda, a young African American actress who questions Hollywood's lack of diversity among Christmas films, as well as the motives for why has been asked to audtion for a role that is clearly not written for her.
During a police interrogation, farmer Abe, played by Paul Whitehouse, explains his wife's alien abduction; which only leads to more questions.
Alexandria Walker plays Brandi, who decries her younger brother Neal, played by Timothy Jones, who has accused of raping a minor.
When Colleen, played by Carly Mayer, isn't permitted to board an airplane due to a weight restriction, her mother confronts the air line and her own demons.
Dorothy, played by Julie Beal, is a mother who believes she gave birth to a monster. She recalls the on campus violent rape of Ellen, a young girl played by Lizzy Haberstroh committed by her son Broderick, portrayed by Maurice Winsell.
ICE agents Paxton and Rick are played by Chris LaMar and Charlie Newton tasked with arresting and deporting illegal immigrants.
Through a series of factually based scenarios and interview/monologues, "Snakebite Protection Chronicles" highlights rape culture through the personal experiences and feelings of women while displaying the dangerously ignorant attitudes and actions of men who perpetuate these crimes.