And Jenny Beth Snyder’s caustically funny A Man of My Word managed to say more about life and art in 20 minutes than plays twice its length. -The Telegraph, Tom Wicker

Under the direction of Jenny Beth Snyder, Night of the Living successfully inspires terror without a single zombie actually appearing onstage. -Charged.FM, Natalie Sacks


Jenny Beth Snyder has directed in a vigorous, animated manner and her staging in the small space at 59E59 Theaters’ black box Theater C (with the audience sitting on two sides of the playing area) is remarkably fluid.  –, Victor Gluck

Director Jenny Beth Snyder has pulled off a coup and should be praised infinitely, in all moments as they coexist simultaneously., Doran Saul

The play is cleverly staged and decently acted, with most of the novel’s significant characters represented if not fully realized. -NY Times, Neil Genzingler 

Writer Daria Tavana and Director Jenny Beth Snyder do a very effective job of transitioning this complex and sometimes troubling story to an equally impressive stage presentation without losing the heart and soul of the original. No easy feat and a commendable one at that.  –, JK Clarke


Fresh Ground Pepper is a monthly event series for the development of emerging art. A younger, sexier and broke-r BAC, this Brooklyn-based forum offers artists of every medium three things: a guideline, a deadline, and a space. The community grows by default out of that structure, and the group’s events are usually packed. Past happenings have included “Screenic Scramble” (video art + installation art = fun), and a collaboratively staged remix of Guys and Dolls where drag queens gave a whole new meaning to the song, “Bushel and a Peck.” FGP also has actual year-long development programs, and accept submissions year-round regardless of what they’ve got going on. Last but not least, cheap beer: Sixpoint sponsors all of their events.  – Brokelyn, Sam Corbin