New Ambassador’s Theatre Company “Heartbroke” 2020 Festival of One Acts: It’s All About Forgiveness by Albi Gorn, directed by Todd Butera:
Break A Leg Productions 2020 One Act Slam:
Break A Leg Productions: W=S: A Nobel Scientist’s Racist Views at the Alchemical Theatre:
Susan in the Break A Leg Productions reading of “Genesis” by Thomas Pierce at the Bloomingale Branch of the NY Public Library:
Rehearsal photos of “The Brother” by Dorothy Tristan & John Hancock based on the book by NY Times reporter Sam Roberts. Staged reading at the Mid Manhattan Branch of the NY Public Library, May, 2017
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 Christmas Cactus’ by Eliot Byerrum
Susan in a reading of “The Brother” by John Hancock and Dorothy Tristan based on the book by NY Times reporter Sam Roberts. ‘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.
September, 2015 at The Unity Center of NYC
Susan in Break A Leg Production’s staged reading of ‘A Little Comedy” by Joel Fishbane at the Unity Center of NYC
Susan with Brady Blevins in “Goodbye Already!” by Joel Greenhouse.
L to R: Michael Edmund, Susan Richard, Wolf CR, Brady Blevins, Teri Black in “Goodbye Already!” by Joel Greenhouse.
Susan Richard in “Farm Hall” by David C. Cassidy at the June Havoc Theatre/2014 Midtown International Theatre Festival.
Susan Richard with Keith Herron in “Farm Hall” by David C. Cassidy.
Susan Richard with Jarel Davidow in “Poor Aubrey” by George Kelly.
L to R: Susan Richard, Teri Black, Michael Edmund, Don Juhlin in “The Good Doctor” by Neil Simon.
L to R: Phil Gardiner, Phil Garfinkel, Susan Richard, Teri Black, Elizabeth York in “The Flattering Word” by George Kelly.
Susan Richard with Jon Shaver in “How To Go Out On A Date In Queens” by Richard Vetere. Performed at both the 78th Street Theatre Lab and Don’t Tell Mama.
Susan Richard with Mark Marderosian in “Earth & Sky” by Douglas Post at the Pelican Studio Theatre.
Susan Richard in the NYC Fringe Festival production of “Super Eros”, directed by Tony Award winner Hugh Hysell.