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Suzanne Petri at Davenport’s
Read the review here!


“Book of Mercy” by Carson Grace Becker at Chicago Dramatists Suzanne Petri and Richard Henzel

“Waiting For Lefty” at American Blues Theater Suzanne and Manny Buckley


Thank you for visiting! I'm very excited to share with you my website. Thanks to the Illinois Arts Council and the Chicago Community Arts Assistance Program and most of all to my wonderful designer, Kevin Buckstiegel!

Upcoming Suzanne and Bob Events

Dear Friends,
Happy New Year!!!
It is hard to believe it’s May and things just get more and more busy doing the work we call Show. Auditions, shows, rehearsals, readings, meetings….and then taking care of my men (Bob and Bill) my birdies and my Lucy!! However, my list got shorter by one as I have been relieved of my duties at Chicago Cabaret CCP…one less job! Down the list here you can see an article I wrote about that biz.

Just finished my work for Perennial Theatre Chicago (for this week) with a fabulous Board meeting Thursday, now working on audio describing Oresteia at DePaul Theatre School, for blind and low vision patrons of the theatre. If you know anyone who would like to attend the touch tour and A.D. they will not be disappointed! Sunday, May 12th, Happy Mother’s Day! It’s an excellent show, acting, directing, design, and a modern adaptation of this Greek Tragedy by Aeschylus.

by Aeschylus
adaptation by Robert Icke
directed by April Cleveland
The Theatre School at DePaul University 2350 N Racine Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

In an epic evening, follow the story of the House of Atreus—the world’s most powerful political family—through the eyes of Orestes, son of Klytemnestra and Agamemnon. Join us for the U.S. premiere of Robert Icke’s Olivier Award-winning adaptation of The Oresteia trilogy, a tale of vengeance, justice, family, and the inextricable link between violence abroad and violence at home. Recommended for mature audiences.

Touch Tour: 1:00pm Show at 2pm

Thursday, May 23rd
Join us May 23, 2019, 7PM at the Claudia Cassidy Theater as we present:

LUX VICTORY THEATRE'S: The Philadelphia Story

Directed by: Robert Maher
Produced by: Herb Lichtenstein

Announcer: Dan Flannery
Cecil B. DeMille: Robert Breuler
Tracy Lord: Suzanne Petri
C. K. Dexter Haven: William C. Thompson
Macaulay ‘Mike’ Connor: John S. Green
Liz Imbrie: Suzy Brack
Dinah Lord: Mia Hirschel
Margaret Lord: Kathleen ‘Didi’ Alton
Seth Lord: Robb Alton
George Kittredge: Michael Joseph Thomas Ward
Sidney Kidd: Daryl Schultz
Edward/Mack: George Drelios
Miss Paulie/Secretary/The Librarian: Connie Foster
Commercial-Mrs. Brown: Connie Foster

Join us at the 2019 Blue Ink Playwriting Festival, featuring 4 staged readings!
June 1 – 3, 2019
4809 N Ravenswood, Suite #126
$10 general admission for each play | $20 all-access Festival pass
RSVP recommended; limited seating.
SuzyR@AmericanBluesTheater or (773) 654-3103.

Saturday, June 1 @ 12:00pm
by Margo Buchanan
directed by Heather Meyers
featuring Suzanne Petri and a fabulous cast!
—About INVISIBLE INK: is the true Civil War story of Mary Bowser – a genius who poses as a house slave to Confederate President Jefferson Davis and spies for the Union. A long-forgotten African-American heroine changes the course of history in this fast moving and spirited adventure.

Tuesday June 4
Refreshments, raffle, silent auction

The Glass House by JUNE FINFER
Directed by Robert Breuler
Mies van der Rohe designs a dream house for Edith Farnsworth that turns into a nightmare.
With John Mohrlein, Carmen Roman, Jim Leaming and Suzanne Petri
Presented in collaboration with Lost and Found Productions & Perennial Theatre Chicago

Stockyards Theatre Project presents Chicago Writers’ Bloc at the City Lit Theater

Joanne Koch – Chicago Writers’ Bloc
2019 New Plays Festival- 17 New Plays by 13 Chicago Area Playwrights
The 2019 Festival Coordinators are Joan Mazzonelli and Francesca Peppiatt
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Chicago Writers’ Bloc with Stockyards Theatre Project presents the 2019 New Plays Festival at City Lit Theater, 1028 Bryn Mawr, Chicago in the historic Edgewater Presbyterian Church. Presentations take place each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening from June 4 through June 26 at 7:30 P.M. Eighteen new plays by fourteen distinguished Chicago area playwrights will be presented in a staged reading format.



Help SuzBo Entertainment Produce Duo: 1 is One, 2 is Math PLUS lots of shows for you!!!

Singing for your Funds!

This GoFundMe campaign will offset costs associated with the production of Duo including:

•   Actors
•   Composer
•   Musicians (pianist, cellist, reeds player)
•   Producer, Director, Stage Manager, Production/Office Crew and Designers
•   Licensing/collaboration agreement
•   Venue rental
•   Marketing

As lifelong artists with plenty of producing experience, Suzanne and Robert will put every dollar you donate to good use, and no money will go to waste. SuzBo Entertainment is seeking additional support for Duo offline from individuals, grants, and by hosting a benefit concert in early 2019.

Since SuzBo Entertainment is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization, your contribution is tax-deductible, and you will receive a letter from the PayPal Giving Fund for your records. Or you can donate directly here:


Thank you for your support! See you on the “marriage-go-round”
Much Love,
Suzy and Bob

Check out our video from the 2014 CCP Gala https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCY3WhqFh6E

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.