Break A Leg Productions

See Susan on stage in It’s About Forgiveness HERE.

See Susan on screen in The Corona Chronicles HERE.

Break A Leg Productions 5×5 Love Festival: Men In The Mirror by Ken Preuss

Break A Leg Productions sneak peek at the 2021 One Act Slam, including Susan in excerpts from Closing Doors by John Minigan:

The Best Man by Gore Vidal, performed at The Actors Temple Theatre:

2019 One Act Slam, performed at the Episcopal Actors’ Guild (Susan performed in two plays: A Much Better Deal by Stephan Feldman and Operation Pizza by Stewart D’Ver):

W=S: A Nobel Scientist’s Racist Views by Ivan Schuller at the Alchemical Theatre:

“Genesis” by Thomas Pierce at the Bloomingale Branch of the NY Public Library:

“The Brother” by John Hancock and Dorothy Tristan based on the book by NY Times reporter Sam Roberts, September, 2015 at The Unity Center of NYC:

‘The Brother’ tells the story of the Rosenberg spy case from the point of view of Ethel Rosenberg’s brother, David Greenglass, who later in life, admitted to lying on the stand and giving testimony that got his sister sentenced to death.  

Susan as Annie Cannon in “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson, Break A Leg Productions, CUNY Grad Center, April 2017:

Susan as Rosalind Franklin in No No Nobel by David C. Cassidy at IBM Headquarters in Westchester County, NY:

Susan in ‘A Little Comedy” by Joel Fishbane at the Unity Center of NYC:

Susan in ‘A Christmas Cactus’ by Eliot Byerrum:

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