"Not Me raises awareness of the pitfalls from too much dependence on social media and empowers audiences with insights to combat the many issues that are facing the youth of today," Hermione said.
"I love theatre that tackles social issues – social media and technology are a part of everyone's daily life and modern youth know a world where it is all pervasive.
Giving young people a platform to present, discuss and investigate issues we can all relate to is empowering."
"But it also needs to be provocative to help us find ways of challenging the normalisation of how we use this technology," she said.
"The play looks at the thoughts, opinions, issues and concepts that plague our society today and the discussions prompted from that might help audiences face and deal with those situations."
Angela Mahlatjie plays Sunny, a rehabilitation therapist.
"She isn't very empathetic to the students she's seeing," she said. "Sunny is simply there to get the job done. The main challenge is relating to the students in an ironic way.
"I love the idea of taking a break from technology and taking control of your life – I think students will respond well to that," she said.
Not Me plays at 7.30pm, March 26, 27 and 28. Tickets are $25, $20 concession – book on 6143 3568 or at www.actorshub.net under "what's on". School tours and extra shows can also be arranged.
The Subiaco Arts Centre is at 180 Hamersley Road, Subiaco.