On The Web
Susan Miller is a two-time OBIE Award winner and Guggenheim Playwriting Fellow, known for her critically acclaimed one person show, My Left Breast, which premiered in Louisville’s Humana Festival and has been performed across the U.S, Canada, and France. She also received the coveted Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, as well as The Pinter Prize, for her play, A Map of Doubt And Rescue. Miller’s work has been recognized with a Rockefeller Grant and two NEA’S. She has been a Core Writer at The Playwrights Center in Minneapolis and her plays, which include Nasty Rumors and Final Remarks (OBIE), Average American, Flux, Confessions Of A Female Disorder, Cross Country, The Grand Design, Arts And Leisure, For Dear Life, It’s Our Town, Too, and Reading List have been done at The Public Theatre, Second Stage, Naked Angels, New York Stage & Film, The Mark Taper Forum, Theatre J, Trinity Rep, Walnut St. Theatre, The O’Neill National Playwrights Conference, Ojai Playwrights Conference, and Contemporary American Theatre Festival, among others. Miller was a Consulting Producer/Writer on Showtime’s “The L Word” and ABC’s “thirtysomething.” She won the Writers Guild of America Award for her hit Indie Web Series, Anyone But Me, which has earned over 50 million views worldwide.
Appearances on CUNY TV
- "Junk" and "20th Century Blues"
December 4, 2017