SUSAN MONTS-BOLOGNA


SUSAN MONTS-BOLOGNA
(Linda)

Susan was recently in Airline Highway at Steppenwolf Theatre with Joe Mantello and seen as Granny in Cicada at Route 66 Theatre, and as Mary Tyrone in Eclipse Theatre’s production of Long Day’s Journey into Night. She had returned to Chicago where she had studied with Del Close at Second City and did her Master’s work at The Goodman School of Drama (now The Theatre School at De Paul). This was followed by a year at The Milwaukee Rep with John Dillon, doing two world premieres (Friends and Custer); fifteen years in New York where she did film, several years on Search for Tomorrow (Prof Aja Doyan), Broadway, numerous Off-Broadway shows and commercials. She treasures her years at Crossroads Rep where she performed Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Arsenic and Old Lace, Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, Nunsence 2 and Plaza Suite. She has a Masters in directing from ISU and will be teaching acting this summer at Indiana State University Community School of the Arts. Love to Daniele, Lauren, Alessandro and of course, David.