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Suzanne Heathcote is an actor and writer and has worked in Theatre, Film, Television and Radio. Her writing career began at the Royal Court where she was chosen to be part of the Young Writers Programme and subsequently the Invitation Group.  Her first play CONCRETE FAIRGROUNDS was selected for the Royal Court Young Writers Festival 2007 and following that the New Year New Futures Festival at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.  Other works included PLOT 10 (Michael Frayn Space, Hampstead Theatre), BASTARD (World Interplay, Australia; Write Side of the Brain Festival, London), COVERED (Runner Up Best Newcomer Award – London Rushes), FUSED (Winner Best Film & Audience Award - 48hour Film Challenge), UNSPOKEN (The Factory & BBC Audio Drama) TAKEN (BBC Radio 4).  Suzanne lives in New York and is a founder member of the multi-disciplinary theatre company The LabRats, who are resident at the Center Stage Theatre, NYC.  Her latest play SO is currently in development.


I have no connections. I can’t connect. To anything. It’s like I’m.  There’s no. I’m numb. It’s all fucking numb. Daniel Chambers isn’t alone. He has an intelligent wife; a loving mother and a doting son. Daniel isn’t alone.  He’s lonely. When a surprise visitor comes to stay, everyone is baffled by this thirty year old Catholic nun.  As a successful urban family they have no common ground with her or her beliefs.  But as Daniel gets to know her, she seems to be the only person he can connect to. This young woman can somehow touch his inner ache and he opens up to her in a way he refuses to with everyone else, including his wife.