May 13, 2013: The Indigo Theatre Project presents Wendy Wasserstein’s Uncommon Women and Others, a Benefit Reading for TDF Open Doors. Click here for the photo call.
April 8th, 2013: Rachel Sussman presents The Songs of Sam Willmott: A Concert Hosted by the Fred Ebb Foundation celebrating the work of 012 Fred Ebb Award winner, Sam Willmott. View the press release here.
March 1, 2013: The Indigo Theatre Project is now a fiscally sponsored project on Fractured Atlas. Click here to donate.
February 24, 2013: Rachel begins working in creative development at the new theatrical entity of RKO Pictures, RKO Stage Productions, Inc.
February 16th, 2013: Audio recording of chapter “Thirty-Two” of Here Is a Man, a short fiction web collection created by Katie Eisenberg.
February 14th, 2013: Developed the “Who’s Your Broadway Valentine?” initiative with Make Musicals founder, Brisa Trinchero, where people can share their love for someone in the theatre industry for Valentine’s Day.
January 18 – February 20th, 2013: Rachel will be the Assistant Project Coordinator of Goodspeed Musicals’ brand new musical theatre writing residency program, The Mercer Colony, generously supported by the Johnny Mercer Foundation.
January 7, 2013, 7 PM: Nick Gereffi & Rachel Sussman (The Indigo Theatre Project) Present An All-Star Benefit Reading of Lynn Nottage’s Intimate Apparel at the Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center. All Proceeds Benefit Donor Direct Action. To view photos from the reading, click here. For review from BroadwayBlack.com, click here.
December 14th-15th 2012, 8 & 11 PM: The Fifth Annual Joe Iconis Christmas Spectacular at 54 Below.
November 19, 2012, 9:15 PM: Rob Rokicki’s Debut Album, I’m Ready: The Songs of Rob Rokicki Kicks Off with a Concert Release at The Triad.
October 29, 2012: “I’ll Drink to That!” interview with elusive Show Biz author Ruby Preston.
September 2012: Rachel Sussman becomes an Associate Publisher at Dress Circle Publishing, the premier publisher of theater themed novels and memoirs. The first book, Show Biz, “is a juicy behind the scenes glimpse into the delicious and malicious world of Broadway as seen through the eyes of a young up-and-coming producer. For more information and to order the book visit the DCP website.
August 31st, 7:30 PM: Lina Renzina and Rachel Sussman present Kate Douglas and the Imaginary Menagerie @ Joe’s Pub.
August 15-17th, 6:30 PM: Manhattan Repertory Theatre in association with Rachel Sussman present Throw.Me.Under.World, a part of the Manhattan Repertory Theatre’s New Play Series.
July 26th, 7 & 10 PM: The New York Musical Theatre Festival’s Student Leader Program (NYMF SLP) presents Part of It All: The New Generation of Musical Theatre Composers, a special event in the 2012 Festival. 45th Street Theatre (Mainstage). Two editions, 7 and 10 pm.
July 19-29th: Stand Tall runs as the only invited show from outside North America in the New York Musical Theatre Festival. Rachel serves as the Associate General Manager.
May 25-27th, 8 PM: Kathryn Appleton and Rachel Sussman present Lemon Cake by Julia Locascio, based on the novel The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender. 133rd St. Arts Center.
May 3-5th, 8 PM: 100 Proof Arts Collective presents Igor Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat at the Access Theatre. Rachel appears as The Princess.
May 2-5th: Rachel Sussman (in collaboration with NYU/TSOA/Department of Drama/Experimental Theatre Wing) presents Wounded Bird on Virgin Land by Kate Douglas. Shop Theatre, 721 Broadway (2nd Floor).