Sophia Snyder (she/her) is a writer and a dramaturg who uses her work to dabble in graverobbing, ghost-hunting, and soliloquizing. She endeavors to create unexpected lights in the darkness while honoring the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Through everything she writes, she is trying to reach out and grab someone by the hand, to ask, “Have you felt this too? Have you been this person?”
Bodies and Bones
In Bodies and Bones, six strangers make a pilgrimage to a secluded location to confide in the trees (and in the audience) about their most obsessive thoughts about flesh, loneliness, and death.