Playwright And Author Susan Merson Begins 2019 With Exciting New Projects
Acclaimed author, actress, educator, director, and producer now looks to the light.
Susan Merson, the former artistic director who won acclaim for navigating the 13th Street Repertory theater out of financial ruin to once again take its places as one of the leaders of the off-off Broadway movement, is bringing her canon of literary works to the surface at a time when she is also sharing her spiritual acumen with the artistic community.
Merson, who's Broadway forays include Zefirelli's SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY and CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD, as well as co-creating and appearing in the original production of VANITIES, Off Broadway. On the West Coast, she co-founded and served as moderator for the Los Angeles Writers Bloc with writer Jane Anderson, which has supported the work of such writers as Donald Margulies, (Pulitzer), Noni White and Bob Tzudike (Tony for Newsies), Irene Mecchi (Lion King), Janet Fitch (White Oleanders) and countless others.
Currently, her visibility as an author is picking up speed with the publication of Dreaming by Daylight, a novel currently available on Amazon and gaining great notoriety. DREAMING IN DAYLIGHT by Susan Merson, now available on AUDIBLE.COM [https://www.audible.com/pd/Fiction/Dreaming-in-Daylight-Audiobook/B07G5M2J93?source_code=AUDFPWS0223189MWT-BK-ACX0-124237&ref=acx_bty_BK_ACX0_124237_rh_us]
What many don't know is that she is also an intuitive counselor. She started reading TAROT in the early 1970's after taking a course at the Theosophical Society here in NYC. Since that time, she has continued her study with Master Teachers Rachel Pollack, Mary Greer and Ellen Goldberg as well as online study of several intuitive teachers such as Lena Rodriguez and Linda G. She has worked with Healer and Intuitive Kadea Metara for many years and has recently decided to read publicly as well as for friends.
She specializes in working with artists on creative work often helping to discover sources of blocks and character arcs for many writers and their projects. She believes that the cards can be an important intuitive tool for anyone interested in connecting to the nonverbal, visual and symbolic cues that the cards offer.