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Known for being a bold Jewish beltress, Jodi Snyder is a grounded singer versatile in many vocal styles. She recently completed a successful run haunting New World Stages as Fruma Sarah in Fiddler on the Roof with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene directed by Broadway legend Joel Grey. “Hilarious and scary,” Jodi was “ludacris yet somehow absolutely convincing.” In addition to playing Fruma, Jodi also portrayed a child-like essence as the role of Bielke. Also seen in Battery Park, Off-Broadway’s Stage 42, Jodi performed with many Broadway vets, including Jackie Hoffman and Steven Skybell.

Jodi has also been seen Off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theater and touring around the country as Mom and many other characters in the TheaterWorks production of Pete the Cat directed by Dan Knechtges and Zi Alikhan. Other credits include Kate in Kiss Me Kate, Martha in Spring Awakening, Maureen Johnson in Rent, Princess Puffer in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, and Ensemble in Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Based off her newfound love of Yiddish, Jodi and her friends have created a professional singing trio, “The Mamales.” The trio can be found performing jazzy Yiddish hits and Broadway showtunes at festivals and temples across the New York area. Jodi’s cabaret work includes a recent performance of “Don’t Rain on my Parade,” at the Broadway for Self Help Africa concert. Jodi has lent her vocals to demo recordings such as the “Anne of Green Gables” concept recording by Matte O’Brien and Matt Vinson alongside Dianna Degarmo and Patti Murin. She has also been heard on the Penny Schwartz demo by Ohadi Hitman of Israel.

Jodi earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theater at Syracuse University.





Aaron Sanko


Heather DeAngelo


Nicole Redifer

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