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March '09

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Suzanne Agins

director

Suzie at rehearsal

Suzanne Agins is a freelance director. She made her Off-Broadway debut with the critically acclaimed world premiere of Jailbait by Deirdre O'Connor for the Cherry Lane Theatre. Ms. Agins served as Artistic Associate at Williamstown Theatre Festival from 2005-2007. Other recent directing projects include: Fuente Ovejuna: A Disloyal Adaptation by Cusi Cram, inspired by Lope de Vega's play, at Princeton University (developed with LAByrinth Theater Company); Noel Coward's Fallen Angels at Dorset Theater Festival; three Maddy Mann stage shows created with Ryan Migge (Ars Nova, soloNOVA festival at the DR2, Dixon Place); Maddy Mann's webseries QUADS!; My Fair Lady at Princeton University; Wing It, a new musical inspired by Aristophanes' The Birds, by Gordon Cox and Kris Kukul (World Premiere, Williamstown Theatre Festival); Lucy and the Conquest by Cusi Cram (World Premiere, Williamstown Theatre Festival); Silence by Moira Buffini (Roundtable Ensemble); Spin Moves by Ken Weitzman (Summer Play Festival at Theater Row); The Secret Narrative of the Phone Book by Gordon Cox (World Premiere, Kraine Theater); Jailbait by Deirdre O'Connor (Cherry Lane Mentor Project, workshop production); Dusty and the Big Bad World by Cusi Cram (workshop production, The Juilliard School); Lascivious Something by Sheila Callaghan (Cherry Lane Mentor Project); Big Love by Charles Mee (Fordham University).

She holds an MFA in Directing from the University of California, San Diego, where she received the KPBS Patté Award for Outstanding Direction (Life's a Dream) and two San Diego Playbill Awards for Outstanding Direction (Life's A Dream, Arrangements by Ken Weitzman). She is the recipient of a 2006 Princess Grace Directing Fellowship (Robert & Gloria Houseman Theater Award), an adjunct faculty member at Princeton University (her alma mater), a founding member of the Play Development Collective, and a member of SDC and the Lincoln Center Directors' Lab.

For more information on all things Suzanne Agins, or if you would like to contact her to praise her work or offer her a job, please check out her website: suzanneagins.com

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