Suzanne Maynard Miller

Suzanne Maynard Miller is an award-winning writer whose plays include Young Love; Flirting with the Deep End (Dramatic Publishing); Beatrice; The Handwriting, The Soup and The Hats; and Abigail’s Atlas. Her work has been seen in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Providence, New Haven and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Recent projects include: a musical stage adaptation of David McKee’s Elmer (with composer Allison Leyton-Brown – Rockefeller Productions and Millennium Entertainment International, debuted Fall 2017 in the UK); a musical stage adaptation of Leo Lionni’s Frederick (with composers Sarah Durkee and Paul Jacobs – Omaha’s Rose Theater, April 2014; Chicago Children’s Theatre, October-November 2014, Dramatic Publishing 2015, “Distinguished Play Award,” American Alliance of Theatre & Education, 2016); the musical stage adaptation of the popular children’s book series, Pete the Cat (with composer Allison Leyton-Brown, commissioned by the Rose Theater, September 2015); and the play, No Place for a Man. After graduating from University of Pennsylvania, Miller went on to receive her MFA in playwriting from Brown University.

Contact: Bruce Miller