Rachel Crothers’
Susan and God
Directed by Shirley Serotsky
Nov 17 2014

Rachel Crothers’
Susan and God

In the Lansburgh Theatre

Bored socialite Susan Trexel has just returned from vacation in Europe, completely rejuvenated. The only problem? She’s fallen under the sway of a religious cult. Susan’s determination to reform the dissolute lives of her friends and estranged husband leads to uproarious—and unexpected—results. Rachel Crothers’ final play (and the basis for the 1940 film starring Joan Crawford) is a sophisticated blend of serious social discussion and cocktail-party comedy. In this reading, directed by Theater J’s Shirley Serotsky, find out why Crothers was the most produced woman on Broadway for over 30 years.

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