SUZANNE ADAMS is the creator and Artistic/Managing Director of Opening Doors Theatre Company. She juggles her time directing, teaching, coaching, producing and performing around NYC.
She is the co-creator of the Closing Notice Series® (2008 Bistro Award Winner for Outstanding Series, 2006 MAC Award Nomination for Outstanding Variety Production/Recurring Series). With the "Closing Notice Series” she directed the acclaimed Fade Out, Fade In and Flora the Red Menace and also produced Drat, the Cat!, Is There Life After High School?, Subways Are For Sleeping, I Love My Wife, Goldilocks, The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public, Bring Back Birdie and enjoyed playing the role of Sydney in the highly anticipated It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman!
Suzanne has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with some of Broadway's most exciting composers and performers. Some favorite roles include Sunday in the Park with George (Dot/Marie), Songs for a New World (Woman 1), Sweeney Todd (Beggar Woman), Lucky Stiff (Annabel Glick), Crimes of the Heart (Meg)
and she was a featured soloist in the sold out Jason Robert Brown concert at Cooper Union. She the female lead in What’s Your Problem? (written by Hector Coris) which garnered critical acclaim and won awards for Best Musical and Best Ensemble Performance in Montreal at the the 2006 Harvest LGBT International Theatre Festival. She recorded her demo CD at RPM Studios, produced by Jeffrey Lesser with musical direction by Georgia Stitt.
She recently directed the world premier of "Brief Encounters of the Third Kind" with the Gallery Players 14th Annual Black Blox Festival, directed the controversial play Imagining Brad at the Times Square Arts Center, and produced and starred in the popular This Isn’t Your Mama’s Musical Theater in 2002 and 2004.
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