Manhattan-based actor, writer; storyteller.
Susan Ferrara is an award-winning playwright and actor. Her plays include: BUZZ (2014 O’Neill Semi-Finalist, 2012 Winner, Reverie Productions Next Generation Playwriting Winner, 2012 New Dramatists Semi-Finalist, 2012 Hon Mention Jane Chambers Playwriting Contest), THE MACHINE (2011 New Dramatists Semi-Finalist, 2011 Global Age Finalist, 2010 Leah Ryan Emerging Writers Fund Finalist, 2009 O’Neill Semi-Finalist), SUICIDE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE (member, terraNova Groundbreakers); BLIND (2013 Naked Angels Development, Tuesdays@9), DARGER (co-created with Jeremy Williams), and THE SILVER KITCHEN PLAY, among many. As an actor, she was recently seen in Johnna Adams’ SANS MERCI (Flux Theare) and has performed at The Public Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Connelly Theatre among many other NYC and Regional companies. She can also be seen and heard on The Onion News Network and was lauded for her work on the award winning webseries THEN WE GOT HELP written and directed by Julie Ann Emery. She is a member of AEA, SAG/AFTRA, Dramatists Guild, Resonance Ensemble, and Convergences Theatre Collective.
Mission / Artist’s Statement
(Still from Wim Wenders’ film PINA.)