Suzanna trained at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.
Theatre roles include Mrs Zewlinsky in “I’m Telling You They’re Aliens!” (Matrix Theatre/touring), Suhir in “Salaam Bethlehem” (Riding Lights Theatre Company, York/touring), Mrs Micawber in “The Micawbers” (King’s Head/English Theatre of Bruges), Titania in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, Nerissa in “The Merchant of Venice” & Emilia in “Othello” (all Tight Fit Theatre, Wycombe Swan), Emily in “The Needle’s Eye” (King’s Head), Witch in “Macbeth” (Pentameters), Lady Macbeth in “Macbeth” and Olivia in “Twelfth Night” (Bitesize Theatre), the one-woman play “A Woman Alone” (Merton Abbeyfest) and various roles with the Cat’s Grin Theatre Company (touring). Film/TV roles include “Parallel Lines” (Dir. Jackie Clarke, 2014), “Consider Her Ways” (Dir. Laura Tunstall), “Grand Opening” (Dir. Darryl Fernandez) & NatWest commercial (Dir. Ged Forshaw).
Suzanna has more recently performed in the premiere of two new plays, ‘Bare Reality’ and ‘A Drama out of a Crisis’, both for Matrix Theatre, as well as playing various characters from Sheridan in Pop Up Scandal at Polesden Lacey National Trust.
‘Eat Me’ is Suzanna’s first play as a writer.
Biography – Sally McCormack – Director
Sally was in Birmingham and trained at the acclaimed Birmingham School of Speech and Drama before she went on to work in theatre, television and film. She was a puppeteer for ‘Playdays live on Stage’ and ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at Pinewood Studios and Henson’s Creature shop. She enjoys writing and directing these days and has performed ‘Cinderella’ ‘Dick Whittington’ and Mrs Duster’s Magic Toyshop’, at The Leatherhead Theatre.
In 2002 she launched her company Matrix Theatre, offering fully interactive history workshops, following and enhancing the curriculum. She has also produced a number one tour of ‘Stepping Out’ featuring Anita Harris and adapted ‘I’m Telling you, They’re Aliens’, a book by Jeremy Strong, into a musical play. This is how Suzanne Davies, the writer for ‘Eat Me’ and Sally met. They have worked together on various projects ever since and look forward to working together in the future.
Sally also Stage Manages the Leatherhead Drama Festival, which always takes place during the month of May