Rita Suszek is an improviser, comedian, poet, actor and playwright. She has performed and led workshops in Queer Improv, coached there by Stephen Davidson and still performs as part of Neither, a twoprov ensemble formed with Roderick Millar. Rita has written and performed solo stand-up shows Fuck It, I’m Thirty and F*cking European, as well as writing a theatre play Five Dresses I Never Wear. Recent credits include Kai and Crow in Snow Q, poetry play by Maria Jastrzębska, directed by Mark Hewitt; improv credits include Machine For Fools, directed by Michael Such and Stephen Davidson for Camden Fringe, and Behind The Scenes At Studio Mandelbrot, directed by Harry Turnbull at The Nursery Theatre.
- Community Improv
- Performative wokeness
- How To Hold Space
- Consent to Receive Criticism
- The Grindr Chronicles part 3: It’s supposed to be fun! Who is diversity for?
- The Grindr Chronicles part 2: Bad Things Happen Sometimes
- The Grindr Chronicles part 1: The power of vulnerability
- Gender for actors/improvisers
- The Talk: when and how to have difficult conversations with your group, class, or community
- What it means to be trans