Rachel Sussman

RACHEL SUSSMAN is a New York-based creative producer committed to nurturing dynamic theatrical work through collaboration. Rachel is a co-founder of The MITTEN Lab, an emerging theatre artist residency program in her native state of Michigan and is currently working as a producer of theater and original programming for Audible. As an independent producer, she is represented on Broadway this season by Heidi Schreck’s Pulitzer Prize finalist and Tony-nominated play, What the Constitution Means to Me. Other producing credits include: the Obie Award-winning production of The Woodsman (New World Stages/59E59), Eh Dah? Questions for My Father (Next Door at NYTW), and The Rug Dealer (WP Pipeline Festival). Upcoming: Love in Hate Nation by Joe Iconis (Two River Theater) and a new musical about the American women’s suffrage movement by Shaina Taub. A former WP Lab Time Warner Foundation Fellow, Rachel is a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute and a University Honors Scholar alumna of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. She is the recipient of the 2019 Geraldine Stutz T. Fellowship in Creative Producing, founded by Hal Prince in conjunction with Columbia University. www.rachel-sussman.com