Susanna is an award-winning actor, writer, and theatre maker. She is graduate of The National Theatre School of Canada and has worked on every scale of performance from indie gigs to Hollywood blockbusters for the last 10 years. Her plays interrogate socio-economic-gender power relations and their perversions. Her writing is supported by the Toronto and Ontario Arts Councils, The National Arts Centre of Canada, and The Banff Centre for the Arts. Her play, The Philosopher’s Wife, was an Honourable Mention in the 2013 Herman Voaden National Playwriting Competition and garnered Susanna the Cayle Chernin Award for Emerging Female Talent. Her company, PARADIGM productions has premiered and developed work at Canada’s leading theatre institutions and festivals. Her work has also been seen in Dublin and Berlin. She is currently developing a screenplay, and is an instructor at Armstrong Acting Studios. Susanna was a finalist for the 2016 Ontario Arts Council’s K.M Hunter Award for Theatre Artist of the Year.