Susanne Mack: "WHERE I BELONG"
Susanne Mack will bring her sold out show "WHERE I BELONG" back to Pangea for their second annual Winter Alt Festival in January 2020. "WHERE I BELONG" is Co-Directed by Multiple Award Winners Barb Jungr & Tanya Moberly with Musical Direction by Multiple Award Winner Paul Greenwood. This will be Susanne's fourth solo show at Pangea and features songs by: David Bowie, Desree, Graham Gouldman, Joe Jackson, Patty Larkin, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Peter Sarstedt, Paul Simon, Tom Waits & Brian Wilson.
A native of Germany, Susanne had classical vocal training in Zurich before she went on to study with the famous Brecht chanteuse Gisela May in Berlin. After moving to New York City, she worked privately with Barbara Maier, Richard Gordon and David Brunetti. She studied solo performance with Gretchen Cryer who directed her solo show RECONCILIATION. Before moving to NYC in 2008, Susanne lived in Switzerland for 10 years with her family. Her narratives often reflect upon the challenges and changes that she experiences as an immigrant and the cultural discoveries of a life lived between two worlds. Susanne enjoys singing in German, French, English and Italian. She has performed at The United Solo Festival on Theatre Row and is a Cabaret Fellow at The Eugene ONeill Theatre Center.
"She is clearly an actor in song. Mack has a vivid presence and plenty of smarts and heart."
Mark Dundas Wood, Bistro Awards
"The radiant Ms. Mack in "WHERE I BELONG" does what cabaret does best; bringing together the personal and universal." Navida Stein, StageBuddy
Photo Credit: Takako Harkness
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