Vocal Performance Director
Advanced Performance Technique
Susann Fletcher has spent the last thirty years appearing in a succession of Broadway shows, national tours and regional and stock performances, during which time she has had the unprecedented honor of working with many of the industry's top legends including: Stephen Sondheim, Leonard Bernstein, Jerome Robbins, Jule Stein, Sheldon Harnick, Michael John LaChiusa, Marvin Hamlisch, Paul Geminiani, Susan Stroman, Jack Lee, Eddie Strauss and about every famous choreographer to span the past forty years. She was last seen on Broadway as Georgie Bukatinsky in The Full Monty having just received a National Broadway Theatre nomination for her portrayal of Dolly Tate in Annie Get Your Gun.
Other notable Broadway credits include: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Smitty), Guys and Dolls (Miss Adelaide), The Goodbye Girl (created the role of Donna Douglas), Jerome Robbins' Broadway (Miss Electra, Golde, et. al.), the ill-fated Raggedy Ann and the original Broadway company of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (Angel). Other Off-Broadway and regional credits are too numerous to list in this bio. Most recently, she played opposite Al Pacino and Christopher Walken in 2012's Stand Up Guys.
Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Ms. Fletcher is also an accomplished playwright (her play Soft Spot will be performed this year as part of the Playwrights' Festival at the Actor's Studio) and acting coach. She graduated from Longwood University and currently resides in Manhattan.