Cece Suazo

Cece Suazo (Actress, Director & Playwright) was last seen in the New York Times Critic's Pick Off-Broadway production of Street Children at New Ohio Theater produced by Vertigo Theater. Ms. Suazo is an accomplished actress, director and playwright.

Her New York Theater scene credits include: Incongurence at New York Theater Workshop produced by Ivy Theater Company, This Ability (Beckett Theater), Translations (Liberation Theater), O, Earth (Workshop/Foundry Theater), Friends Of Dorothy (Shooting Lobster & Wow Cafe Theater), Verdi's Othello (Regina Opera Company), Hair (Brundage Park Playhouse), Julius Cesar (Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival) and Wig Out (Interfest).

Her television series appearances included: OLTL (ABC TV), "Your pretty face is going to hell" (Adultswim Network), "Girlhattan"(Karmaloop Network), and "CityKids" (Jim Henson/ABC TV).

In 2015 and 2016, she executive-produced Presence & Respect by Amy C. Morton and 2016 Helen Hayes Award Nominee Dane Edidi-Figueroa's one woman show Klytemnestra: A Epic Slam Poem, both at WOW Cafe Theater; and Dan McCormick's The Magpie Tree, Starring NAACP Award Winner Janet Hubert, at the Producer's Club Theaters. As a director, she had the honor to direct Tearrance Chisholm's off-Broadway production of A Month Of Sundays starring famed comedian Kerry Coddett from MTV's "Joking Off". Cece has been featured in cover stories in Playbill, BroadwayWorld, and Backstage websites.

Her most proudest production is her sons Jahiem and Cesar.

In the fall of 2017, Ms. Suazo suffered a stroke and underwent extreme chemo treatments and was hospitalized for over a month and she began to write her story at Jacobi Medical Center that she will now develop with WP & The Public Theater at Trans Lab. STAY TUNED... you will want to hear all her FIERCENESS!