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Clint Snyder

CLINT SNYDER

  (1990 - )

Nationality:    USA
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Playwright and actor Clint Snyder has been involved in several university and community Theatre productions. Mr. Snyder attended the University of Maine, where he received a degree in Theatre and Mass Communications with high honors. A Chicago native, Mr. Snyder also works as a clown for a Chicago-based troupe.

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below is a list of Clint Snyder's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

        Baby Talk         Diaries of Adam and Eve, The         Hope LoveJoy Show, The         Mad Tea Party, The         Woman Holding a Leash         World's Best Teacher



Baby Talk

Baby Talk
the characters in this madcap collection of short plays have quite a bit of growing up to do! In "Baby Talk," Dilly shows up at a childbirth class ready to show "sexist Stone Age women" that a man can do anything a woman can do. In "Grown-ups" a job seeker who sucks her thumb interviews for a job with a business owner who wears adult diapers. And in "Zombie in a Cooler," a frightened baseball player captures a zombie and holds it captive in a large cooler.

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Diaries of Adam and Eve, The

Diaries of Adam and Eve, The
Adapted from Mark Twain's comical short stories "Eve's Diary" and "Extracts from Adam's Diary." In this hilarious retelling of the story of Adam and Eve, the new couple finds that domestic life in Eden is less than idyllic. Adam thinks Eve is an annoying creature who talks too much, cries too much, and eats too many berries. Eve believes Adam may be related to chickens because his legs are so thin, and she thinks he's horrible at naming things in Eden. After all, Adam wanted to name Eve "Bimbo" and call dogs "tax returns" and lions "pickled eggs." Realizing he would rather kill himself than listen to Eve's endless prattle, Adam has taken up going over Niagara Falls in a barrel and repeatedly hitting himself in the head with signs only to discover to his dismay that he can't die. then to make matters worse, Adam finds out there is a new person in Eden&a baby named Cain. Eve tells Adam he is the father, but Adam adamantly denies it and determines Cain to be some sort of fish or a parasite. then Eve demands that the couple live together and that Adam build a bigger shelter and participate in family picnics. And to celebrate moving in together, Eve gives Adam a present&a baked apple pie

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Hope LoveJoy Show, The

Hope LoveJoy Show, The
In this episode of the Hope LoveJoy Show, the phony, narcissistic, and self-promoting host, Miss Hope LoveJoy, interviews a series of guests who have all benefitted from reading her self-help book, the Ultra Hush-Hush Top-Secret Secret. Guests include a socially awkward woman who dresses up her pet guinea pigs in cute little outfits, an illiterate ex-con who found true love when she bashed a prison visitor over the head with LoveJoy's book, and an overzealous fan who kidnaps critics and keeps them locked in an underground bunker, where she reads passages of LoveJoy's book to them and they eventually go insane.

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comedy

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Mad Tea Party, The

Mad Tea Party, The
Audiences will love this witty, modern sequel to the Mad Hatter's tea party in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865). Like the infamous Alice, Allie follows the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole into Wonderland and encounters the Mad Hatter and March Hare at their never-ending 6 o'clock tea party with their only guest, the sleepy Dormouse. the Mad Hatter and March Hare are annoyed by Allie and consider her a rabbit stalker and party crasher. However, after chit-chatting for several hundred years about the weather and the Mad Hatter's mother, the hosts are excited by Allie's arrival and bombard her with riddles, puns, poems, and wordplay. they have fun insulting Allie by making fun of her clothes and hair and forcing her to play games like "the Funny Hat" and "What Am I Looking At?" In the end, the hosts deem Alice smarter and a better conversationalist than Allie. Unable to escape, Allie must learn from the Dormouse how to cope with their endless chatter and pointless conversations.

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Farce

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Woman Holding a Leash

Woman Holding a Leash
It's definitely a woman's world in this zany collection of three short plays, where the women pull the strings, or in this case, hold the leashes! In Woman Holding a Leash, a grown son asks for a longer leash, literally, since his mother makes him wear a dog collar and leash in public. In Girl's Little Daddy, a Father visits his adorable daughter in a juvenile prison, where she threatens to stab him with a Barbie shank if he doesn't buy her a videogame. In Amazon Nation, a zookeeper shows some visitors a cage containing the last man on earth and teaches them an ancient form of English called nagging so that they can communicate with the beast.

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Genre:
comedy

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World's Best Teacher

World's Best Teacher
It's the first day of school and rumor has it that the new teacher from Russia, Ms. Porschtov, is a real pushover. But when Ms. Porschtov arrives, the students quickly meet her assistant, Comrade Vladimir, a medieval club to "keep moron children from being moron." Instead of learning her students' names, Ms. Porschtov gives them new names like "Tricky Witch," "Clown Girl," "Mr. Smarty-Arty Pants," and "Stupid Bird." Ms. Porschtov announces that there will be "no more dancy music, no more sugar sweets, and none of these tel-e-phones" for her stoopid American students. After a Russian history lesson in which they learn that Stalin never existed and that Russia is the best country in the world because its women are "strong like ox," Ms. Porschtov "rewards" the students with a game of Soviet Show and Tell!

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Genre:
Comedy

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Male:  2            Female:  4            Other:  Optional Extras

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