Suburban Limbo (in process)
Orange Mango Cabaret
The Sound of Silence
A play about love and love lost, with the first half performed like a silent film and the second half performed with dialogue. Robert, a Keaton-esque character, falls in love with Anna, the woman of his dreams right as America enters World War II. Pearl Harbor is bombed, Robert is drafted … and the world is no longer the same. Will they ever see each other again? A story that says silence is golden, but love is pure.
"The most interesting stylistic play...Snyder-Eaton insightfully portrays the difference between youthful infatuation and the more pragmatic reality of love in the wake of loss."
-Joel Beers (OC Weekly)
In an alleyway, Tom in his box, with Sue on her leash, reminisce on their prior life while commenting on the situation they are in.
This is an experience about homelessness and it’s effect on family and friends. Since homelessness can happen to anyone, it is hoped that this piece will raise awareness of these issues. So that people on the path to this turmoil can evaluate their life and strive for change.