“…Susan Haefner, more familiar to Weston audiences in musical fare such as “Tenderly” and “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” was effervescent as the younger Heidi Shreck. Haefner seamlessly shifted gears to become the present-day Heidi, who wondered openly whether the Constitution she had revered had really served her, her mother, her grandmother, and great grandmother. It was now
Check out this Weston Theater Company spotlight below featuring Little Yellow House Studio Founder Susan Haefner. Get tickets for “What The Constitution Means To Me” here.
Little Yellow House Studio Founder Susan Haefner will be starring in What the Constitution Means to Me by Heidi Schrek July 12 – 30 in Weston Theater Company’s Walker Farm space. For tickets and information, please visit https://westontheater.org/what-the-constitution-means-to-me. ARTISTIC & CREATIVE TEAM Raz Golden – DirectorChristopher and Justin Swader – Set DesignersDan Wang – Costume DesignerBetsy Chester – Lighting DesignerSound
Little Yellow House Studio Founder Susan Haefner will be appearing in Slow Food by Wendy MacLeod at Shaker Bridge Theatre in Enfield, NH from April 6th through April 23rd, 2023. A vacationing couple celebrates their anniversary at a Greek restaurant in Palm Springs—but will the marriage survive the service? As a needy waiter insinuates his way into their meal—and their lives—the couple examines their past
Little Yellow House Studio Founder Susan Haefner will be appearing in The Niceties by Eleanor Burgess at Shaker Bridge Theatre in Enfield, NH from January 19th through February 5th, 2023. In this “barnburner of a play” (The Washington Post), two extraordinary women square off in a high-stakes academic debate over race, reputation, and who gets the final word on how
The Connecticut Critics Circle presented Little Yellow House Studio Founder Susan Haefner with the award for outstanding actress in a musical for her role as Rosemary Clooney in “Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical” which had a run at Music Theatre of Connecticut in the fall of 2021. The award presentation, which celebrates the work from the state’s professional theaters during