Cast

Jenna Bainbridge

Ensemble

Broadway debut! Theatre: Bring Down the House, Hairspray (OSF), Into The Woods, Beauty and the Beast (Phamaly), Macbeth (Merrimack Rep). TV: “Found.” Audiobooks: Unbroken. BM, Lamont School of Music. Jenna is a proud disabled artist and the Co-founder of ConsultAbility, a consulting agency working to make theatre more accessible. @bainbridgejenna

Kim Blanck

Ruza Wenclawska

Broadway debut! Six world premieres, including Octet, Alice by Heart, The Best We Could, and Folk Wandering Off-Broadway. Select regional: POTUS (Berkeley Rep), The Tattooed Lady (Philadelphia Theatre Company, Barrymore Award nomination), Moby-Dick (A.R.T.). Film/TV: Gloria (writer, director), Call Jane, “WeCrashed,” “New Amsterdam.” BFA, NYU; MFA, UCSD. Boundless gratitude to my friends, family, team, teachers, and Alex. For Mom and Dad.

Ally Bonino

Lucy Burns

Ally is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut with this dream company and team! Regional/Off-Broadway: Leonard Bernstein’s Mass at The Kennedy Center, Myths and Hymns, Dogfight, Merrily We Roll Along, 25th Annual…Spelling Bee. Love to my team. Colby and Pete, you are my dudes. I love you. Mom and Dad, this one’s for you. Let’s have some fun. @allybo123

Tsilala Brock

Dudley Malone

Official Broadway Debut! Honored to bring this nuanced character to life. Off-Broadway: Suffs. Tour: The Book of Mormon (2nd National). Select Regional: Blues for an Alabama Sky (Barrington Stage), Parable of the Sower (SIFA, NYUAD), Twelfth Night (Martha’s Vineyard Playhouse). TV: “Mysteries of Laura,” “Happyish,” “Broad City.” Carnegie Mellon Alum. Thank you Mommy, Bermuda, Saks&, and KMR. More at tsilala.com.

Jenn Colella

Carrie Chapman Catt

Outer Critics Circle Award nomination playing Carrie Chapman Catt in Suffs Off-Broadway. Tony Nomination, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Awards playing Captain Bass in Come From Away on Broadway.  Other Broadway credits: Urban Cowboy (Outer Critics Nomination), High Fidelity, Chaplin, If/Then. Grammy Award for Dear Evan Hansen cast album.  Select TV: “Feed the Beast,” “Elementary,” “The Good Wife,” “The Code,” “Madam Secretary,” “FBI: Most Wanted,” “Evil.”  Film: Come From Away (Apple TV+).  For my loves Mo and Morrison. @jenncolella

Dana Costello

Ensemble

Broadway: Finding Neverland, Pretty Woman, Jekyll & Hyde. Other: The Scarlet Pimpernel (Lincoln Center), Jerusalem Syndrome (York), Trading Places (Alliance), Joy (George Street Playhouse), Dave (Arena Stage). TV: “Law & Order.” Dedicated to the bravest women I know: Melissa (hi mom!), Diane & Claire. And to Mikie: thank you, I love you. For more: @Dana_Coz.

Hannah Cruz

Inez Milholland

Hannah is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: The Connector (Robin, MCC), Only Gold (Camille, MCC), Suffs (Ruza, The Public). Tour: Hamilton (IRNE Best Actress, Eliza), Bullets over Broadway (Ellen). Regional: The Da Vinci Code (American Premiere, Ogunquit Playhouse, Sophie Neveu) and Young Frankenstein (OP, Inga). Thank you to my parents, who supported me from the beginning, to Edred, without you I wouldn’t be here and my tireless team at KMR, Brillstein and imPRint. @thisishannahcruz

Nadia Dandashi

Doris Stevens

Broadway debut! Previous credits include Suffs (The Public Theater), TV: “Pretty Little Liars: Summer School.” Pace University MT ’21. Big love for her family, friends, Saks&, and CESD! For all the young brown girls to see it can be done. IG: @nadiadandashi

Laila Erica Drew

Phyllis Terrell/Robin/Ensemble

Philadelphia native, celebrates her Broadway debut fueled by a performance journey that started at age 10. Alumni of Debbie Allen’s Rise, SSTI and CW Henry. She dedicates her performance to family and Mommom Jackie watching from heaven. Respect your dreams, trust the world will catch up. Credits: “FBI: International,” “Colin in Black & White,” “Law & Order: SVU.” @lailaericadrew

Hawley Gould(They/Them)

Alternate For Alice Paul

Original Broadway casts of Camelot (LCT) and The Ferryman. Other credits: Suffs (The Public), The Magnificent Seven, Peter Pan, Fun Home. TV/Film: “The Andy Warhol Diaries” (Netflix), What Being a Woman Means to Me. Also an MT writer & a proud collaborator on new works. Conor, you keep me dreaming real big & it is so worth it. @hawleygould or hawleygould.com

Christine Heesun Hwang

Swing

Christine is a queer, Korean-American writer and actor from the Midwest. Broadway debut! Tour: Les Misérables, Miss Saigon. Writing: BMI Workshop, YES Theatre, Williamstown. Proud YoungArts and Spotlight Education alum. Gratitude to Suffs team, HCKR, and all who continue to pave the path forward. Love to those here and above. chiseoni.com.

Nikki M. James

Ida B. Wells

Broadway: The Book of Mormon (Tony Award), Les Misérables, All Shook Up, …Tom Sawyer. Favorite Theater Credits: Tony Kushner’s A Bright Room Called Day (The Public), Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin (Encores!), Romeo & Juliet, Caesar & Cleopatra (Stratford Theater), Julius Caesar and Shaina Taub’s Twelfth Night (Shakespeare in the Park), Bernarda Alba (Lincoln Center), Preludes (LCT3). Notable TV/Film: “Daredevil: Born Again” (Disney+), “Severance” (AppleTV+), “Proven Innocent” (FOX), “Braindead” (CBS), Spoiler Alert (Focus). BFA from NYU’s Tisch. A proud mama, wife, New Yorker, voter.  As always, for Poppy.

Jaygee Macapugay

Mollie Hay/Ensemble

Broadway (OBC): Here Lies Love, Shucked, School of Rock. Off-Broadway: Suffs, Soft Power, Wild Goose Dreams, Here Lies Love. Recent Regional: Griswolds’ Broadway Vacation (5th Avenue), Hair (Old Globe), The Unofficial Bridgerton Concert (Kennedy Center). TV/Film: False Positive (Hulu), Kennedy Center 50th Anniversary Concert (PBS). Special thanks & love to Leigh, Jeremy, David, & my Barkada. @jaygeemacapugay

Anastaćia McCleskey

Mary Church Terrell

Award winning actor. Eight Broadway shows, tons of regional, some TV & Films. “I cannot help wondering sometimes what I might have become & might have done if I had lived in a country which had not circumscribed & handicapped me on account of my race, that had allowed me to reach any height I was able to attain.”  — Mary Church Terrell. AnastaciaMcCleskey.com @anastaciamccofficial

Grace McLean

President Woodrow Wilson

Performer, writer, composer. Broadway: Bad Cinderella, Natasha, Pierre…. Off-Broadway, Regional: Public, New Group, MCC, LCT3, Vineyard, WTF, ART, Weston Playhouse. TV: “The First Lady” (Showtime), “The Other Two” (HBO).  Her musical In The Green garnered a Richard Rodgers Award for her writing and a Lortel for her performance. Lincoln Center Writer-in-Residence, SPACE founding member, Vivace Award, Larson Grant, Broadway Women’s Fund Woman to Watch, Civilians R&D, MacDowell, Lincoln Center Emerging Artist. Original music and cast recording for In The Green streaming@thatgracemclean

Chessa Metz

Swing

Broadway debut! Singer-songwriter. Regional: Ogunquit (Ado Annie, Oklahoma!), NC Symphony (Mabel, Pirates of Penzance). Also Elsa in Frozen in the middle of the ocean. Proud UNCSA grad and client of Lohne/Graham Management. To my family, friends, and therapist–thank you for seeing me through to my biggest dream. IG: @chessametz

Kirsten Scott

Swing

Broadway: Big Fish, Follies, Jersey Boys, Hairspray. Other: Rock of Ages (New World Stages), An American In Paris (Nat’l Tour), Ragtime (IRNE Nom.) Joseph… (St. Louis Theater Circle Nom.), A Wonderful Life (Goodspeed), Limelight (La Jolla), Minsky’s (Ahmanson). Television: “The Good Fight,” “Hunters,” “Elementary,” “Quantico.” This one’s for you Mom. @kbscotty

Housso Sémon

Swing

Thrilled to be in Suffs! Broadway credits include The Lion King, Girl From The North Country, and Beautiful. She was recently in The Harder They Come and The Tempest at the Public Theater. She’d like to dedicate her performances to her incredible mother, the light of her life.

Emily Skinner

Alva Belmont/Phoebe Burn

Emily has been nominated for Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. She dedicates her performance in Suffs (her 11th appearance on Broadway) to Melinda Parker Skinner who is the true heroine of her life. emily-skinner.com @emilysskinner.

Shaina Taub

Alice Paul

Shaina is an Obie Award-winning songwriter/performer and an Artist-in-Residence at the Public Theater, where Suffs first premiered. Broadway debut! She created and performed in musical adaptations of Twelfth Night and As You Like It at Shakespeare in the Park with the Public Works community that have since been produced by London’s National Theatre, the Young Vic, and hundreds more theaters and schools worldwide. Taub has won a Jonathan Larson Grant, Kleban Prize, and Fred Ebb Award. She performed Off-Broadway in Hadestown, Great Comet (Lortel nom), Bill Irwin and David Shiner’s Old Hats, which featured her songs, and played Emma Goldman in the Ragtime on Ellis Island concert. She wrote the lyrics for The Devil Wears Prada, with music by Sir Elton John, opening in the West End this year. Her three solo albums include Songs of the Great Hill on Atlantic Records. Television songwriting: “Sesame Street,” “Central Park,” “Julie’s Greenroom” starring Julie Andrews, and the Emmy-nominated opening number for the 2018 Tony Awards, co-written with Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban. She co-chairs the NYCLU’s Artist Ambassadors and received the organization’s Michael Friedman Freedom Award for activism. Love to Matt and Mom. For every loud little girl. shainataub.com.

Monica Tulia Ramirez

Ensemble

Broadway debut! Off-Broadway: Suffs. Regional: A Crossing (Barrington Stage Company), Footloose (Marriott), Evita (Fulton), Godspell (ACT), Snapshots (ACT, Grammy Award nomination). TV: “Uncoupled,” “Elementary,” “Madam Secretary,” “Evil.” Ball State University. Gratitude to HCKR and WAM. Love to my parents, brother Christopher, Logan and Alvaro! Pase lo que pase. @monicatuliaramirez

Ada Westfall

Ensemble

Ada was in the cast of Suffs at The Public and is a musician, actor, and proud trans woman. Her work has included playing guitar on Broadway (Jagged Little Pill), composing music for Virgin Voyages and Big Apple Circus, and projects with artists like David Byrne, Thom Yorke, and Alan Menken. @adawestfall

D’Kaylah Unique Whitley

Swing

Broadway: Dear Evan Hansen (Zoe/Alana) Off-Broadway: Little Shop Of Horrors (Ronnette). Whitley is excited to be in the Suffs family. A special thanks to her family and team for always believing in her! @dkaylahunique

Lisa Iacucci

Production Stage Manager

Broadway credits include Funny Girl, Is This A Room/Dana H., Head Over Heels, Burn This, Latin History for Morons, Hedwig and The Angry Inch. She has stage managed productions with Park Avenue Armory, Lincoln Center Theater, The Public Theater, Mabou Mines, Philip Glass’ Days and Nights Festival, Lincoln Center Festival, Shanghai Disney Resort.

David Lurie-Perret

Stage Manager

Broadway: Good Night Oscar, Ain’t No Mo’, Cost of Living, Girl from the North Country, Prince of Broadway, Speed-the-Plow, Losing Louie. Off Broadway: Audible, Shed, BAM, Public, Signature, 2ST, Playwrights, MTC, Roundabout, MCC, Atlantic.  Regional: CTG, ACT, Huntington, Williamstown, Long Wharf, DTC. Graduate of Boston University. Love to Cody. 

Jessie Moore

Asstistant Stage Manager

Broadway ASM Debut! Broadway: Spamalot. The Public Theater (Hell’s Kitchen, Suffs, Hercules, Miss You Like Hell), Playwrights, Williamstown, Upstate Project. Creative Consultant: NESA in San Antonio, TX. For my family and friends; especially, Ryan, MJNR, Rivers, Brooklyn and Manager, Cody.

Shaina Taub

Book, Music & Lyrics

Shaina is an Obie Award-winning songwriter/performer and an Artist-in-Residence at the Public Theater, where Suffs first premiered. Broadway debut! She created and performed in musical adaptations of Twelfth Night and As You Like It at Shakespeare in the Park with the Public Works community that have since been produced by London’s National Theatre, the Young Vic, and hundreds more theaters and schools worldwide. Taub has won a Jonathan Larson Grant, Kleban Prize, and Fred Ebb Award. She performed Off-Broadway in Hadestown, Great Comet (Lortel nom), Bill Irwin and David Shiner’s Old Hats, which featured her songs, and played Emma Goldman in the Ragtime on Ellis Island concert. She wrote the lyrics for The Devil Wears Prada, with music by Sir Elton John, opening in the West End this year. Her three solo albums include Songs of the Great Hill on Atlantic Records. Television songwriting: “Sesame Street,” “Central Park,” “Julie’s Greenroom” starring Julie Andrews, and the Emmy-nominated opening number for the 2018 Tony Awards, co-written with Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban. She co-chairs the NYCLU’s Artist Ambassadors and received the organization’s Michael Friedman Freedom Award for activism. Love to Matt and Mom. For every loud little girl. shainataub.com.

Leigh Silverman

Director

Broadway: Yellow Face (upcoming); Grand Horizons; The Lifespan of a Fact; Violet (Tony nom), Chinglish; Well. Recent: Harry Clarke (West End, BRT, Vineyard/Audible); Suffs (Public); Merry Me (NYTW); The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (Shed, CTG); Soft Power (CTG/Curran, Public); Hurricane Diane (NYTW). Encores: Violet; The Wild Party; Sutton Foster’s streaming concert, Bring Me To Light. Audible: Yellow Face; Harry Clarke; Dykes to Watch Out For. 2011 Obie Award; 2019 Obie for Sustained Excellence. 

Mayte Natalio

Choreography

Broadway: How to Dance in Ohio, for colored girls… (Associate Choreographer).  Off-Broadway: Measure for Measure (The Public Theater/ Mobile Unit). Favorite regional choreography credits: The Winter’s Tale (DTC/ Public Works), Into The Woods (Barrington Stage), Love in Hate Nation (Two River Theater), Hair (The Old Globe), Kiss My Aztec (Hartford Stage). Most recent performance: Rosie Perez in Hippest Trip: The Soul Train Musical (American Conservatory Theater).  I dedicate my work on Suffs to the fiercest woman I know, my mother, Teresa. 

Andrea Grody

Music Supervision & Music Direction

Broadway: The Band’s Visit, Tootsie. Select Off-Broadway/Regional: Suffs, Public Works’ As You Like It and The Tempest, The Great Immensity, Fortress of Solitude (all Public Theater), The Band’s Visit (Atlantic), Assassins (Yale Rep), Unknown Soldier (Williamstown), Robin Hood as Composer/MD (Williamstown). As writer/composer: Strange Faces. Olivier Award nominee for The Band’s Visit. Associate Director at New York Vocal Coaching. Creator of WordWaves (singwordwaves.com). B.A. Princeton University, M.A. Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Riccardo Hernández

Scenic Design

Recent: Florencia en el Amazonas (Metropolitan Opera); Carmen (Glyndebourne Festival) Jagged Little Pill; Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune; Indecent; The Thanksgiving Play; Porgy and Bess; Lempicka. Théâtre de l’Odéon Paris, Festival Automne, La Colline-Theatre National Paris, Cour D’Honneur, Avignon Festival, Teatro Real Madrid, Moscow Art Theater, Theater an der Wien, Estates Theater Prague, Oslo National Theater, Young Vic. Obie for Sustained Excellence of Scenic Design, Henry Hewes Design Award, Princess Grace Statue Award. Co- Chair and Associate Professor at David Geffen School of Drama at Yale. (riccardohernandez.com)

Paul Tazewell

Costume Design

Broadway: Hamilton, MJ, Ain’t Too Proud, Summer, In the Heights, The Color Purple, Memphis, Caroline, or Change, Side Show, A Streetcar Named Desire, Jesus Christ Superstar, A Raisin in the Sun, Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk. Film: Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story (2022 Academy Award nomination), Harriet, Wicked (release November 2024). 2016 received Tony Award for Hamilton, and Emmy Award for The Wiz! Live, NBC.

Lap Chi Chu

Lighting Design

Broadway: Camelot (Tony Nomination).  Recent works:  Poor Yella Rednecks at Manhattan Theatre Club and The Coast Starlight at Lincoln Center Theater.  Off-Broadway: Public Theater, New York Theater Workshop, Signature Theatre, Roundabout.  Regional; Geffen Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Berkeley Rep, Goodman Theater, Shakespeare Theatre Company, among others.  Awards: Obie Award for Sustained Excellence in Lighting Design, Lucille Lortel Award, Ovation Award. lapchichu.com

Jason Crystal

Sound Design

Broadway design debut! 15+ Broadway associate credits, including Hamilton (worldwide), Sweeney Todd (2023), Tina, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Addams Family. Sound Designer for: The Public Theater, Carnegie Hall, Second Stage Theater, The Old Globe, others. TV/streaming: The Tony Awards, Annie: Live!, Times Square New Year’s Eve, the Democratic National Convention (2020). System Engineer and Broadcast Mixer for the Metropolitan Opera. Grateful for Bethany; proud Dad to his girls.

Charles G. LaPointe

Hair and Wig Design

Award-winning designer who maintains a highly successful career on stages throughout the U.S. and abroad.  Numerous Broadway, Touring, Regional Theatre, International productions including: Hamilton (Make-Up Artists/ Hair Stylist Guild Award); MJ; The Wiz; Tommy;  Beetlejuice; The Cher Show (Drama Desk Award); SpongeBob SquarePants (Drama Desk Award).  Television: Emmy Nominations for The Wiz Live! and Jesus Christ Superstar Live!

Joe Dulude II

Makeup Design

Broadway/West End: Wicked, Beautiful, MJ the Musical. Broadway: KPOP The Musical, Beetlejuice, Torch Song, SpongeBob SquarePants, Summer, Sunday in the Park With George, Anastasia, Allegiance, If/Then, Follies, etc. Off-Broadway: Fly, Sweet Charity, Into the Woods, The Wild Party, Show Boat. Television: “Annie Live,”  “Jesus Christ Superstar Live” (Emmy nomination), “The Gilded Age,” “Julia,” “Castle Rock” Season 2. Film: The Holdovers, Hocus Pocus 2, Don’t Look Up, About Fate, Godmothered, The DiscoveryGhostbusterswww.joedulude2.com IG: dulude2.

Michael Starobin

Orchestrations

A New Brain, Adrift in Macao, Annie, Assassins, Bernarda Alba, Dogfight, Falsettos, First Daughter Suite, Flying Over Sunset, Freaky Friday, Gardens of AnunciaGlorious Ones, Grinch, Hello Again, Hunchback of Notre Dame, If/Then, In Trousers, Kid Victory, Leap of Faith, Little Miss Sunshine, My Favorite Year, Next to Normal, Once on This Island, People in the Picture, Queen of the Mist, Renascence, Sondheim on Sondheim, Spelling Bee, Sunday in the Park with George, Tom Sawyer.

Shaina Taub & Andrea Grody

Vocal Arrangements

Shaina Taub, Andrea Grody & Michael Starobin

Incidental Music Arrangements

Lori Elizabeth Parquet

Associate Director

Lori is an actor, director, and writer from New Orleans, LA.  She is thrilled to be making her Broadway debut with Suffs.  Off-Broadway Directing Credits: Suffs, The Tempest, As You Like It, Twelfth Night, Promenade.  Off-Off-Broadway: White on White. Awards: NYIT Outstanding Leading Actress.  Thank you Mama and Daddy.

Kristin Yancy

Associate Choreographer

Kristin is honored to be a part of this incredibly special show. Performance credits include: The Cher Show (Broadway); Summer (Broadway, u/s Disco Donna); Gaslight (Bella, World Premiere, Cincy Shakes/MRT). A heart full of love to Mayte Natalio, this epic creative team, Hybrid, my family, and sweet Eric Chaves.

Miranda Gohh & Morgan Steward

Associate Producers

Heidi Griffiths & Kate Murray

Casting

Heidi and Kate have been collaborating for over a decade at the Public Theater in New York where they cast Shakespeare, new plays, and musicals. Broadway collaborations include: Hell’s Kitchen, For Colored Girls…, The Crucible, A View From The Bridge, A Delicate Balance, A Raisin In The Sun. 

Hudson Theatrical Associates

Technical Supervisor

Over 100 Broadway productions and tours. Recent: The Notebook; Days of Wine and Roses; Purlie Victorious; Once Upon a One More Time; New York, New York; Sweeney Todd; A Doll’s House; Hadestown; Hamilton; Aladdin. HTA is a member of Neil A. Mazzella’s Hudson family which includes Hudson Scenic Studios, Brianne Tabak, Brianna Stankiewicz, Sam Ellis, Sean Gorski, Bridget Van Dyke, and Irene Wang.

Jenny Peek

Company Manager

101 Productions, LTD.

General Manager

Wendy Orshan and Jeffrey M. Wilson founded their company in 1994. General Managers include Jeff Klein, Chris Morey, and Ron Gubin, and Associate General Managers include Susie Brant and Christopher Taggart. Current Broadway: CABARET with Eddie Redmayne and Gayle Rankin; An Enemy of the People with Jeremy Strong and Michael Imperioli; and the upcoming Sunset Boulevard with Nicole Scherzinger.

Lisa Iacucci

Production Stage Manager

Broadway credits include Funny Girl, Is This A Room/Dana H., Head Over Heels, Burn This, Latin History for Morons, Hedwig and The Angry Inch. She has stage managed productions with Park Avenue Armory, Lincoln Center Theater, The Public Theater, Mabou Mines, Philip Glass’ Days and Nights Festival, Lincoln Center Festival, Shanghai Disney Resort.

Produced by

Jill Furman

Broadway: Hamilton (Tony Award), In the Heights (Tony Award), Freestyle Love Supreme (Special Tony Award), Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Heiress, Seminar, West Side Story, The Drowsy Chaperone, Sly Fox, and Fortune’s Fool. TV and Film: EP of Hamilton for Disney+ (Emmy Award) and In the Heights, and producer of Hulu’s We Are Freestyle Supreme. In 2011, she received the Robert Whitehead Award for Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Theatre Producing. She is on the Brown University Board of Trustees, the President’s Advisory Council for the Arts at Brown, and the Board of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation.

Rachel Sussman

Rachel is a Tony Award-winning producer and educator committed to elevating human stories that challenge existing systems and create space for inquiry, empathy, and action. Co-founder of The Business of Broadway and The MITTEN Lab. Broadway: Just for Us, Parade (Tony Award), Prima Facie, What the Constitution Means to Me (Tony nom, Pulitzer finalist). Select Off-Broadway: The Woodsman (Obie Award), The Appointment. Recipient of the 2018-2019 Prince Fellowship in association with Columbia University and one of Variety’s “10 to Watch on Broadway.” Proud NYU Tisch grad. Love to her family and Emma. This one’s for all the warrior queens and loud little girls like me. rachel-sussman.com.

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Attorney, Advocate, First Lady, U.S. Senator, U.S. Secretary of State, trailblazing, popular-vote winning-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton makes her Broadway debut with Suffs. An author, professor, podcaster, and founder of HiddenLight Productions, she is the recipient of a Grammy Award and an Emmy Award, and a proud mother and grandmother. For the generations to follow, let’s keep marching! 

Malala Yousafzai

A girls’ education activist, best-selling author, President of Extracurricular Productions and Nobel Peace Prize laureate. She served as executive producer for the Indie Spirit Award-winning film Joyland and Oscar-nominated documentary short Stranger at the Gate. She is thrilled to be making her Broadway-producing debut with Suffs.