Unsuspecting Susan
Published in volume Singular Female Voices
First Staged:
King's Head Theatre, London, 2003

Unsuspecting Susan

By Stewart Permutt
Published in volume Singular Female Voices

The story of Susan - whose life revolves around her dogs, am-dram, bell-ringing and village gossip - and her adult son who's converted to Islam.

Stewart Permutt's monologue play Unsuspecting Susan was first staged at King's Head Theatre, London, in 2003, starring Celia Imrie.

Press Quotes

'A soft-spoken but tough piece for a world where everyone is suspect'

Sunday Times

'A play that defines as well as any I have seen our post-9/11 times'

Jewish Chronicle

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