Suzanne’s play Confederates opened the 2016-17 season at TheatreWorks – Silicon Valley and received seven Bay Area Critics Circle nominations including Best Production. Other productions include Naked Influence (Capital Rep); The God Game (Gulfshore Playhouse/Capital Rep, 4th Wall Theatre Company, Hudson Stage, etc.); Shakespeare in Vegas (Dreamcatcher Rep/PTNJ); Full Bloom (Barrington Stage; Hudson Stage, etc.); Lone Star Grace (Theater Workshop of Nantucket); Rita Faye Pruitte (Six Figures Theatre Company); Broken Window Theorem (Barrington Stage, Mile Square Theatre). Suzanne was a contributing writer on Speakeasy (Joe’s Pub), and is the librettist for the musicals Cocus and Doot (commissioned and produced by Vital Theatre Company) and Max and the Truffle Pig (NYMF).  Three of Suzanne’s ten minute plays have been produced in the Barrington Stage 10x10 New Play Festivals (2012, 2014, 2017). 

Ms. Bradbeer has received grants from NYFA, the Berrilla Kerr Foundation, the Anna Sosenko Trust, as well as the BMI Foundation’s Harrington Award.  She has twice been a winner of the NEXT ACT! New Play Summit at Capital Rep, and was twice an Honorable Mention for the Kilroy’s List.  Suzanne was also a winner of the Ashland New Plays Festival and the Dayton Playhouse FutureFest, was an Honorable Mention for the Jane Chambers Award and a finalist for the Stanley Drama Award.  Residencies include: the TheatreWorks – Silicon Valley New Works Festival, The New Harmony Project, PlayPenn, the LAByrinth Theatre Company’s Summer Intensive, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival’s Southern Writers’ Project, the Lark/Dorset Theatre Festival/Theresa Rebeck Writers’ Retreat, The Drilling Company’s Discovery Series, and New River Dramatists.  Suzanne was a Fellow of the Lark’s Playwrights Workshop as well as a 2014-15 featured writer. Her plays have been published by Playscripts, Samuel French, Applause Books, the Connotation Press, and in multiple Smith & Kraus anthologies.

A personal and professional highlight for Ms. Bradbeer was her work as a dramaturg for Arthur Miller and Jim Houghton in Signature Theatre Company’s production of The American Clock. 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.

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