Suzie Hardgrave is an actor, performer, writer, director, acting teacher and scholar specialising in theatre. Suzie’s career history began in 1993 and includes work with many companies both in Australia and overseas. These include the National Theatre of Scotland (UK), BBC (UK), Traverse Theatre (UK), North Edinburgh Arts Centre (UK), Citadel Arts (UK), The Performance Space (AUS), Melbourne Theatre Company (AUS), La Mama Theatre (AUS), 2SER Radio (AUS), Parnassus’ Den (AUS), Victorian College of the Arts (AUS), Monash University Centre for Theatre and Performance (AUS), Deakin University (AUS), Australian Theatre For Young People (AUS) and NIDA Open (AUS).
In 2015, Suzie began researching acting creating Masters degree solo work Elizabeth Taylor is My Mother (2015), winning the Australasian Association for Theatre, Drama and Performance Studies 2016 Philip Parson’s prize. Suzie is currently undertaking doctorate studies with Monash University’s Centre for Theatre and Performance (AUS) with her new solo theatre show The Disappearing Trilogy premiering in 2019.