is a long-standing member of Ithaca’s theatre community. She teaches in the BFA performance program at Ithaca College and acts and directs regionally, most recently appearing in A Doll's House Part Two at the Hangar and Nothing to Do with Love with Cherry Arts. Susannah is delighted to return to KTC, where she has appeared in eighteen productions. Other venues include the Homecoming Players, the Signature Theatre, Syracuse's Redhouse Theatre, the Tampa Playmakers, and the American Stage Company. Directing venues include Ithaca College (Floyd Collins, The Cradle Will Rock, etc.), Opera Ithaca (Thumbprint), KTC (Bed and Sofa), the Cider Mill Playhouse, the University of Illinois, and the Greenbrier Theatre. She enjoyed learning about the poetry of Elizabeth Bishop this summer playing an iteration of Bishop in a biopic directed by Ithaca College’s John Scott. Susannah would like to congratulate Ithaca theatres Running to Places and Civic Ensemble for their expanded missions this year, and Ithacans at large for supporting such a vibrant theatre community.
MAUREEN KEILLER (Robyn)
is thrilled to be be making her debut at Kitchen Theatre. Theatre credits: Caryl Churchill One-Acts: Blue Kettle, HereWe Go, Our American Hamlet (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); The Honey Trap, Faithless (Boston Playwrights Theatre), Oh God (Israeli Stage); Come Back Little Sheba (Huntington Theatre Company); Into The Woods, 33 Variations, Big River, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Speech and Debate, Epic Proportions (Lyric Stage); Between Riverside and Crazy, The Whale, Nine, The Little Dog Laughed, Almost Maine, The Women (SpeakEasy Stage). Television and film: Spotlight, Fever Pitch, My Best Friend's Girl, Olive, Kitteridge, The Makeover, Brotherhood. Maureen is an Elliot Norton Award winner for Outstanding Actress and a three-time IRNE (Independent Reviewers of New England) winner for Best Supporting Actress. Many thanks to Bevin and Caitlin.
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