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Susan Einhorn

 

Stage Credits

Productions

 
[New York, 2005]
Director
 
[Off-Off-Broadway, 1980]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1976]
Assistant Director

 

Stage

Productions

[New York, 2005]
Director

[Off-Off-Broadway, 1980]
Director

[Broadway, 1976]
Assistant Director






Susan Einhorn News

Howl Playwrights To Showcase Lisa Kimball's SPIN THE DONKEY Just In Time For Election Photo Howl Playwrights To Showcase Lisa Kimball's SPIN THE DONKEY Just In Time For Election Day
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 16, 2020

Howl Playwrights is a theater group dedicated to nurturing and empowering the development of new works by emerging playwrights. The play development group meets once a week (now virtually!). Normally, the group met in Rhinebeck, NY.

Amy Oestreicher Makes Feinstein's/54 Below Debut with GUTLESS & GRATEFUL
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2017

Following sold-out runs at The Triad NYC, The Bijou Theatre, United Solo Festival, Barrington Stage Company (Tony-Award winning William Finn's Cabaret Series) and a nationwide tour from Washington D.C. to Hawaii, the inspirational Amy Oestreicher will bring her hit one-woman musical Gutless & Grateful back to NYC at the famed Feinstein's/54 Below today, June 30th, 2017 at 9:30pm.

Amy Oestreicher Makes Feinstein's/54 Below Debut with GUTLESS & GRATEFUL
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 13, 2017

Following sold-out runs at The Triad NYC, The Bijou Theatre, United Solo Festival, Barrington Stage Company (Tony-Award winning William Finn's Cabaret Series) and a nationwide tour from Washington D.C. to Hawaii, the inspirational Amy Oestreicher will bring her hit one-woman musical Gutless & Grateful back to NYC at the famed Feinstein's/54 Below on Friday, June 30th, 2017 at 9:30pm.

BWW Feature: HENRY AWARDS 2016 presented by Colorado Theatre Guild
by Chris Arneson - Jul 22, 2016

11th Annual Henry Awards Nominees Announced!
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 20, 2016

The Colorado Theatre Guild's 11th Annual Henry Awards will take place Monday, July 18, 2016 at the PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Avenue in Parker, Colorado. The evening begins at 6 p.m. with cocktails and the awards ceremony will begin at 7 p.m., followed by an after-party. Tickets are $23 for CTG members (limit 2 per person online with the code Henry2016), $30 non-members or $50 VIP. Tickets go on sale June 20 through the PACE Center website, parkerarts.org, or by calling the box office at 303-805-6800. 

BWW Interview: Patrice P. Eaton of WE'VE GOT OUR EYE ON YOU at SUNY New Paltz
by Kathryn Kitt - Mar 2, 2016

SUNY New Paltz Department of Music Presents The World Premiere Workshop of We've Got Our Eye on You - A Comic Opera in Four Scenes Music and story by Nkeiru Okoye, Libretto by David Cote, Directed by Susan Einhorn Performances March 1 & 5 at 8pm At the Julien J. Studley Theatre SUNY New Paltz Campus At the Julien J. Studley Theatre SUNY New Paltz Campus

BWW Preview: WE'VE GOT OUR EYE ON YOU at SUNY New Paltz
by Peter Danish - Feb 29, 2016

Three sisters. A hunky Greek demigod. And a mantrap. Throw in a diva-the Oracle at Delphi-and you have We've Got Our Eye on You. In celebration of Women's History Month, Professor Daniel Kempton (Chair, Dept of Music) is pleased to announce world premiere workshop performances of the new comic opera with by composer Nkeiru Okoye (Harriet Tubman: When I Crossed That Line to Freedom) and librettist by David Cote (The Scarlet Ibis), directed by Susan Einhorn (Uncle Jed's Barbershop).

The Village Playwrights Kick Off Winter 2015-16 Events
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2015

The Village Playwrights have announced their recent news and upcoming events. Scroll down for details!

The Village Playwrights Announce Upcoming Winter 2015-16 Events
by BWW News Desk - Nov 5, 2015

The Village Playwrights have announced their recent news and upcoming events. Scroll down for details!

LEO Reading Set for Queens College, Thru 3/5
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2012

LEO written by Rosa Laborde and directed by Susan Einhorn is described as 'a lyrical but ultimately tragic story about three childhood friends - Leo a romantic poet whose memories unravel the action of the play in flashbacks, Rodrigo, an idealistic socialist, and Isolda a maladjusted young woman adrift in life.'