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SHOW INFO

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
at ACTORS CO-OP in Hollywood

Recent Reviews:


Actors Co-op Presents:
TALES OF TINSELTOWN

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May 11-June 17, 2007
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm
Sundays at 2:30pm
(Additional matinees: Saturday June 9 & 16 at 2:30pm)

 
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Actors Co-op Presents
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THE NERD
An outrageous comedy from the writer of THE FOREIGNER
By Larry Shue
(PG-13 for some language & humor)

Scheduled Run Opens April 21 – May 28, 2006



The Road Theatre Presents

THE SMOKE AND ICE FOLLIES
February 18 - April 24, 2005
Fri & Sat at 8PM / Sun at 3PM

Review: Backstage
Review: Showmag

Smoke and Ice
Smoke and Ice
Smoke and Ice
Smoke and Ice

Suzanne is currently in a new play by Mark Eisman called THE SMOKE AND ICE FOLLIES. It is being produced at THE ROAD THEATRE at the Lankershim Arts Center, and is open mid February 2005 - April 2005. It is a farce, so don't miss this silly comedy with lots of ICE SKATING!!!!!!!! Check out www.roadtheatre.org for more info.


 

DON’T MISS
SUZANNE FRIEDLINE’S
PERFORMANCE IN THE
WEST COAST PREMIERE OF
MARKED TREE” BY COBY GOSS
AT THE AWARD-WINNING
ROAD THEATRE
DIRECTED BY JOHN DIFUSCO
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT 8PM, SUNDAYS AT 7PM
SEPTEMBER 12TH TO NOVEMBER 15TH

5108 LANKERSHIM BLVD., NORTH HOLLYWOOD
(2 blocks South of Magnolia in the NoHo Arts District)
For Reservations: 818-761-8829 /
www.roadtheatre.org

REVIEWS:
THE TOLUCAN TIMES
LA WEEKLY

“Coby Goss has transformed a collection of classic rural ‘types’
into multifaceted characters of genuine complexity...” The Chicago Sun Times

Marked Tree” is based upon a legendary murder-and-hanging case that took place in the early part of the 20th century. Set in 1912, the story depicts the love affair of two teenagers who are doomed from the start. The young girl runs away from her father’s unhealthy affections to stay with an older man. The love triangle that ensues sets into action a series of events, including the young girl’s murder, which involve the entire town.

Suzanne portrays Edna, once a virtuous young girl, in the tiny town of Delaware, Arkansas, who has become a desperate, alcoholic prostitute battered by years of abuse. In spite of her situation, this tough, visceral, sexy survivor still hopes for a better life in New York City.

This talented actress just completed a leading role in “A Day Without A Mexican” directed by Sergio Arau. As an active member of both Actors Co-op and the Road Theatre Company, her work has constantly received glowing reviews. She has performed in many regional theatres across the country and appeared on various soap operas. She is skilled in conversational Russian and speaks German fluently.

Henry Downey Talent Management: 818-487-0910, 212-459-4545
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Mari Lyn Henry mlhenry@earthlink.net

Co-Author, "How To Be A Working Actor"

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