Suzanne (Aunt March) is happy to join the IUST summer season. Most recently, she was Helen in Leipzig (Jewish Theatre of Bloomington) and Ms. Bates in Emma (The Cleveland Playhouse). Select credits include: Mauritius, Pride & Prejudice (Northlight Theatre); The Savannah Disputation, Othello, Bus Stop (Writers’ Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Drury Lane Theatre); The Life and Times of Tulsa Lovechild (CollaborAction/Theatre on the Lake); The Apple Cart, Votes for Women! (ShawChicago) and The Tempest (English-American Theatre Festival, Düsseldorf, Germany). Film: An Open Door, Elsewhere, Walter’s Wife, Contagion, and What If. Television: Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. She is a proud member of Actors’ Equity and SAG-AFTRA. Previously on faculty at The Theatre School at DePaul University, Suzanne calls Bloomington home and serves as a coach, instructor, and occasional improvisation teacher within IU’s Kelley School of Business. She co-hosts the podcast The Coaching Quotient: https://anchor.fm/the-coaching-quotient.
Suzanne Lang Fodor
Hometown: Bloomington, IN
M.F.A. Acting, The Theatre School at DePaul University
B.A. Theatre and Journalism, Indiana University