Directing credits (include):
A Month in The Country, Frost/Nixon, The Unexpected Guest
The Passion of Dracula,
Daughters of the Sexual Revolution
All My Sons,The Devil's Disciple
Bus Riley's Back In Town NYU - Tisch BFA Acting Program
Happy Journey To Camden and Trenton " "
Queens of France " "
Mother Figure (Ayckbourn) Atlantic Theater Co. Conservatory
Life on the Mississippi WorkShop Theater Co.
(new musical based on Mark Twain- NYIT Best Prod nom) )
Mrs. Farnsworth Morningside Players
The Heiress " "
No Child... Fordham High School for the Arts
As Bees In Honey Drown Brooklyn College - MFA/BFA
On An August Eve WorkShop Theater Co
(new musical of A Midsummer Night's Dream)
Arms and the Man Morningside Players
CeCe by Pirandello " "
The Diary of Anais Nin " "
Musical Theatre Summer Program Bridge for Dance, NYC -
Shakespeare Summer Festival - " " 3 seasons
Brooklyn College MFA Program;
Waiting For Godot
Spinning Into Butter
Winner of Joel Zwick Award for Outstanding Directing
Adjunct Teacher Acting , Brooklyn College
CERTIFICATE from Actors Equity Association - Teaching Artist in the Public Schools
Susanna has been appointed the Artistic Director of The Morningside Players, a non-profit theatre company in Morningside Heights that is dedicated to providing quality productions of classic and new works for the Morningside community. She has also become a new member of Society of Directors and Choreographers -SDC. For TMP she has directed Dracula,All My Sons,The Heiress, Arms and The Man, Cece, The Diary of AnaisNin and many other plays, for the WorkShop - Daughters of the Sexual Revolution, Life on the Mississippi,The Tip, August Eve - a new musical, Memorial Day - a one person piece by Brian Delate for Intersections Int'l. and most recently, Ayckbourn's Mother Figure for The Atlantic Theater Conservatory. As a Teaching Artist, she adapted and directed No Child... for fifteen students at Fordham H.S of the Arts. Susanna directed As Bees In Honey Drown for Brooklyn College, where she recently received her MFA in Theater and won the Joel Zwick Award for Outstanding Direction. In addition, she was made an adjunct professor there and taught acting to BA students.