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In the Spotlight Series: MACHINAL's Suzanne Bertish

Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Machinal, starring Rebecca Hall, written by Sophie Treadwell and directed by Lyndsey Turner, began previews on December 20 and opened on January 16, 2014 at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway. Machinal is a limited engagement through March 2.

Below you can check out photos of Suzanne Bertish in the BroadwayWorld.com series 'In The Spotlight' by acclaimed photographer Walter McBride!

Suzanne was born in London to a British father and American Mother. Her work with The Royal Shakespeare Company includes Nicholas Nickleby (Olivier Award), Masha in Three Sisters, Twelfth Night with Ian McKellen and directed by Trevor Nunn, and Desdemona in Othello. Work In London includes Les Liaisons Dangereuses, An Inspector Calls directed by Stephen Daldry, Tango at the End of Winter with Alan Rickman directed by Yukio Ninagowa, Ophelia in Hamlet with Derek Jacobi (Clarence Derwent Award) and Gertrude with Paul Rhys. Work with the National Theatre includes, King Lear with Antony Hopkins directed by David Hare, Ibsen's Rosmersholm, (Evening Standard Award Nomination), Oedipus directed by Peter Hall and The Cherry Orchard with Vanessa and Corin Redgrave, directed by Trevor Nunn.Work in America includes The Moliere Comedies Directed by Michael Langham (Tony Nomination,) The Art of Success with Tim Curry directed by Adrian Noble, Wit with Cynthia Nixon directed by Lynne Meadow, Kin directed by Sam Gold, Skirmishes (Theatre World Award), Richard III for The Public Theatre, Antony and Cleopatra directed by Michael Kahn, Mrs. Warren's Profession Directed by Emily Mann and Breakfast At Tiffanys.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride


Suzanne Bertish photographed at the American Airlines Theatre on January 16, 2014 in New York City


Suzanne Bertish photographed at the American Airlines Theatre on January 16, 2014 in New York City




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