Suzie Miller is a contemporary international playwright, screenwriter and librettist, drawn to complex human stories often exploring injustice. Miller’s plays have been produced in over 40 productions around the world and won multiple awards. Her drama Prima Facie premiered at Sydney’s Griffin Theatre before touring the nation. Prima Facie won the 2018 Griffin Award; the 2020 AWGIE for Drama; the 2020 David Williamson Award for Outstanding Theatre Writing; and the 2020 Major AWGIE. It has been translated into more than 25 languages. In 2022 Prima Facie enjoyed extraordinary acclaim in London, marking Miller’s West End debut. The Empire Street Productions show, starring Jodie Comer, transfers to Broadway in 2023, and the award-winning NT Live recording continues to be streamed in cinemas around the world. Both the Australian and the West End productions of Prima Facie have won and been nominated for multiple prestigious awards.
Two new commissioned plays of Miller’s premiered in 2022: Anna K, for Malthouse Theatre; and RBG: Of Many, One for Sydney Theatre Company.
Other recent Australian theatre credits include: Caress/Ache; Sunset Strip; Dust; The Mathematics Of Longing, Medea; Driving Into Walls; OneFiveZeroSeven and SNOW WHITE (an opera for adults). Other international credits include: for National Theatre of Scotland/The Lemon Tree Theatre/Assembly Rooms Edinburgh: Velvet Evening Séance; for Theatre Gargantua (Canada): The Sacrifice Zone; for New York Fringe Festival/Assembly Rooms Edinburgh: Reasonable Doubt; and for Theatre 503 London: SOLD.
Miller is under commission with Sydney Theatre Company, Griffin Theatre, Neal Street Studios and Jonathan Church Productions UK, and London’s National Theatre, and is in development with a number of television and film projects working with producers in Australia, USA and the UK.