This week we had the pleasure to have on the show, the Artistic Director of Full Spectrum Theatre Company, Suzie Cho.
She’s an incredibly talented actress, singer and producer.
Her acting credits span across film, television and stage, including Law and Order, Inside Amy Schumer, and Spike Lee’s 25th Hour, as well as national commercials.
Suzie is a producer as well whose credits include the development of Broadway’s Irena’s Vow at the Walter Kerr Theatre
as well as the original New York premiere of Murder in the First (winner of two Innovative Theatre Awards), and Suzie was lead producer of The Baby Dance with Invictus-Pub Theatre Company, in which she also played the principal role of “Wanda.”
“The Baby Dance” (Suzie Cho & James Farrell)
Suzie started Full Spectrum Theatre Company to bring diversity on stage in order to broaden perceptions of who looks and sounds American beyond the surface of race, ethnicity and accents. By presenting every day characters with an extended range of diversity, FSTC believes audiences will see characters who are easily relatable through the common experiences of family dynamics, friendships, and growing pains.
“It is in the full spectrum of the human experience where we find common ground, and which ultimately unites us.” (Full Spectrum Theatre Company)
I’ve know Suzie for many years and I had the pleasure to direct her in Full Spectrum Theatre Company’s first production, “Rabbit Hole” by David Lindsay-Abaire.
Rabbit Hole (Suzie Cho & Amar Srivastava)
Photo courtesy of Daniel Hurtado
For this week’s Carmine’s Theater Bar Talk, Tom gives hos review of The Crucible on Broadway.
And I will, once again, slip into my Binge Watching Pants during the Tv Dinner Talk to discuss all things Bates Motel.
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