Susanna Burney’s Acting Life

Susanna Burney

by Doug Fahl on September 1, 2011

I first met Susanna Burney almost 20 years ago when we both performed in the booming fringe theater community in Seattle – primarily at Annex Theater. I was impressed by her intelligence, her easy manner and her ability to juggle so many different facets of her career.

Over the years, she’s been a dedicated and busy theater professional wearing multiple hats from actress to teacher to director to artistic director/co-founder of Our American Theater Company and now to marketing director of ArtsWest. Additionally, her major role in John Carpenter’s latest movie “The Ward” and her notable voice-over work have brought her national recognition. I’ve always found her to be a motivating spirit in my friendship, so I was curious to talk to her about how she motivates herself and about the highlights in her career. Continue reading…


Chris Diani Kickstarts Furry Comedy

Chris Diani, director

Filmmaker Chris Diani (Creatures from the Pink Lagoon) caught my attention when he successfully funded the pre-production of his second feature film, “Let’s Pretend We’re Bunny Rabbits” (LPWBR), using the site Kickstarter. I asked if he would be interested in sharing a bit about his project and his Kickstarter campaign, and he was. We met [...]

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Interview: Doug Fahl – Acting and Mass Destruction

Actor Doug Fahl

I first met Doug Fahl a little over four years ago, when he modeled for some stock photos for me. I was a struggling photographer, he was a struggling actor. We were able to help each other out back then, and we’ve kept in touch ever since. The Doug that’s in front of me today [...]

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