Suzanne Hunt

Member since 2009

Suzanne directed the Road’s, Finding Fossils by Ty DeMartino earning several Scenie Awards including Outstanding Direction and she has directed for 11 Summer Playwright’s Festivals. Suzanne also serves as an Artistic Coordinator at the Classical Theatre Lab where she directed, The Last Days of Don Juan and The Country Wife for the City of West Hollywood and numerous staged readings of classical plays. She also devised and directed, When We Dream, inspired by the poetry of incarcerated immigrant youth, and Nation of Immigrants: Personal Stories of of Love, Hope, Fear, Acceptance, a multi-cultural project inspired by the stories of student Dreamers. College directing: Three Sisters, Eurydice, The Laramie Project, The Great Gatsby. 

Acting includes recurring and starring roles on TV, in film, commercials, industrials and leads in several award-winning stage plays. Suzanne is on the theatre faculty at Pasadena City College, California State University Northridge and American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Training: (MFA, MA) NY: Michael Chekhov Technique (Certified teacher); Robert X Modica (Meisner); Actors Studio (Anna Strasberg); LA: Jeff Corey; Robert Ellenstein; David Craig; Comedy improv – Harvey Lembeck, Michael Lembeck, Paul Ryan