MARK SNYDER‘s plays include A Decent Stretch (2012), As Wide As I Can See (HERE/At Hand Theatre, 2012), Corsets (2010), Wipe Away (Samuel French OOB Festival, 2010), Lila Cante (At Hand Theatre, 2009), The Sounds of Ice, The Beanbag Game, and Lilith on Today. His plays have been produced and developed in New York and Chicago.
A solo show Since You Asked Me To premiered in 2013 at Judson Memorial Church, where he is a resident artist of their Magic Time series. Future performances are scheduled in San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland.
For three years, he hosted and performed in Red Light Nights at New York’s The Slipper Room (Firecracker Productions). His reviews, essays, and interviews have appeared in Paste, The Rumpus, The Collagist, The Brooklyn Rail, The New Gay, Queerty, ThePeeq, and at Maud Newton.com, and he has read new writing at Pete’s Candy Store (courtesy of the2ndHand.com) and throughout downtown NYC.
Mark is a core collaborator with The Claque, where he co-wrote the popular The IRRegulars stage serial. BA, Otterbein College. MFA, Ohio University.
Mark was born in Warren, Ohio and lives in Brooklyn.