Suzie Miller is drawn to complex personal stories often exploring injustice. Her play Transparency deals with themes of truth and honesty in relationships while telling the story of a missing child. Transparency was staged by the Ransom Theatre in Northern Ireland, The Seymour Centre and the Riverside Theatre. Caress/Ache, staged at the Griffin Theatre in 2015, was inspired by the story of the Singaporean government not allowing Van Ngyuen a hug prior to his execution. Suzie was awarded the Kit Denton Fellowship for writing with courage, and the Griffin Award in 2018 for her play Prima Facie.
Her other work includes The Sacrifice Zone, which premiered at theatre Gargantua in Toronto; ZeroOneFiveSeven and Driving Into Walls at the Perth International Arts Festival; DUST, which premiered at the Heath Ledger Theatre with Black Swan Theatre Company in 2014; Overexposed (dance/theatre piece) at the Western Australia State Theatre in 2014; Medea at La Boite Theatre in 2015, Snow White, an opera with the Queensland Opera Company in 2016; Sunset Strip at Griffin Theatre 2017; Velvet Evening Séancewith the National Theatre of Scotland in 2017; and The Mathematics of Longing at La Boite in 2018. For a full CV please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.