Last night I was hired to be a narrator for Suzanne Bradbeer’s Play: You See them When They’re Note Around. This was my first experience working at the Actors Studio, and it was such a wonderful and refreshing experience. I want to say thank you to my Director Maggie Low and Writer Suzanne Bradbeer for letting me be a part of this festival.


One of my passions is to write, and Suzanne Bradbeer inspires me every day with her work. Thank you, Suzanne Bradbeer, for your passion, kindness, and determination. I wish for you the best.  



Suzanne is the 2018 keynote speaker for the TheatreWorks – Silicon Valley New Works Festival. Her plays have been produced across the U.S. and productions include: Confederates (TheatreWorks – Silicon Valley, L. Arnold Weissberger and Susan Smith Blackburn nominations, Kilroy’s Honorable Mention); The God Game (Pulitzer nomination and ten – so far – productions including the co-premiere between Gulfshore Playhouse and Capital Rep); Naked Influence (Capital Repertory Theatre); Shakespeare in Vegas (Houston’s 4th Wall Theatre, Dreamcatcher Rep/PTNJ); and Full Bloom (Barrington Stage, Hudson Stage, etc.).

Awards: NYFA Fellow, Lark Fellow (and featured writer), the Ashland New Plays Festival, the Berrilla Kerr Foundation Grant, and the BMI Foundation’s Harrington Award. Suzanne was twice the winner of the NEXT ACT! New Play Summit at Capital Rep, and twice an Honorable Mention for the Kilroy’s List; she is currently a finalist for the Moss Hart/Kitty Carlisle Hart New Play Award. Residencies include: the TheatreWorks – Silicon Valley New Works Festival, The New Harmony Project, PlayPenn, the LAByrinth Theatre Company’s Summer Intensive, the Lark/Rebeck/DTF Writers’ Retreat, and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s Southern Writers’ Project.  Publications: Playscripts, Samuel French, Applause Books, HowlRound, the Connotation Press, multiple Smith & Kraus anthologies.\

Suzanne is a member of the Ensemble Studio Theatre and the EST Playwrights Unit; the Dramatists Guild; and is a regular moderator at the Actors Studio Playwright/Director Workshop. A personal highlight for Ms. Bradbeer was her work as a dramaturg for Arthur Miller and Jim Houghton on Signature Theatre Company’s production of The American Clock.


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