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Suzanne Clement Jones

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Suzanne Clement Jones

Suzanne Clement Jones

Suzanne has been stage managing at PBD since All My Sons, the company’s first production at the Don & Ann Brown Theatre. Recent shows for Dramaworks include: The House of Blue Leaves, House on Fire, Edgar & Emily, and The Little Foxes. Recent shows at MNM Theatre Company: Man of La Mancha, Avenue Q, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, and My Way. At Maltz Jupiter Theatre: An Inspector Calls and A Doll’s House Part 2. As a lighting designer, productions include The Subject Was Roses, The Price, and That Championship Season at PBD; Cane and The Cha-Cha of a Camel Spider at Florida Stage; Death and the Maiden and The Birds at Mosaic Theatre; and Ring of Fire at ArtsGarage. She won a Carbonell Award for her lighting design of Dark Rapture in 1995. Suzanne has an MFA in design from Northwestern University, is proud to be a member of Actors' Equity Association, and is presently serving on the South Florida Equity Liaison Committee.

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Stage Manager
2018-2019 | House On Fire
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2017-2018 | The Little Foxes
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2017-2018 | Edgar & Emily
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2016-2017 | Tru
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2016-2017 | Arcadia
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2015-2016 | Picnic
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2015-2016 | The History Boys
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2015-2016 | Outside Mullingar
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2014-2015 | Our Town
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2014-2015 | Buried Child
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2013-2014 | Of Mice and Men
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2013-2014 | The Lion in Winter
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2013-2014 | Old Times
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2013-2014 | Dividing the Estate
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2013-2014 | Tryst
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2012-2013 | A Delicate Balance
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2012-2013 | Exit the King
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2011-2012 | All My Sons
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2011-2012 | The Fantasticks
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2007-2008 | The Subject Was Roses
Lighting Designer
2006-2007 | The Price
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Lighting Designer
2001-2002 | Lobby Hero
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