Susan Eve Haar lives and writes in New York City. She is a member of The Writer’s Guild East, The Actor’s Studio, Ensemble Studio Theater, and The League of Professional Theater Women. Her work primarily explores family in its varied permutations—from cloning to the black comedy of dysfunction. Though trained as a lawyer, she has escaped to a world of imagination.
Her plays include Saugerties, The Darlings, Pit of Desire, Izzy, Replacing Max, No Time For Baby, Trust Me, The Lump and Me, Tilted House, Criminal Conversation, Vocabulary, Hot and Holy: Sex In A Coma, and Paper Doll. Her work has been produced by The Women’s Project, The Looking Glass Theatre, Primary Stages, Thirteenth Street Rep, and The Flea, among others, and presented in readings at The Actor’s Studio, The Flea Theatre, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Theatre For A New Audience, Writers Guild East, The Cherry Lane Theatre, and the Women’s Project. Susan has been a Participating Artist at the Cherry Lane and the Artistic Director’s Lab at Ensemble Studio Theatre, and is currently an member of The Actor’s Studio PDU, HB Writer’s Lab and the Ensemble Theater’s writers lab. She is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School.