A graduate of University of Illinois, Suzan co-founded Renaissance Theaterworks in 1993. Favorite Renaissance Theaterworks projects include: directing TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, THE SHAPE OF THINGS, BLACKBIRD and THE ROAD TO MECCA, touring NEAT to Port Elizabeth South Africa in 2013 and finishing as a finalist with LUCKY NUMBERS in the Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival, 2015. She is especially proud that RTW won the prestigious 50/50 in 2020 International Applause Award for the 2015-16 season. The Applause Award is given to theaters in recognition of their commitment to women playwrights. Suzan lives happily in Wauwatosa with her husband Jeff.
Lisa started as Renaissance Theaterworks' Development Director with excitement in the summer of 2008. In December 2017, Lisa was promoted to the position of Managing Director. Recent experience includes stage management for ComedySportz-Milwaukee and more than five years in marketing. Lisa received her BA in Theater and Psychology from Cardinal Stritch University in 2003. Lisa is a member of The Association of Fundraising Professionals. She loves living in Bay View with husband Jake and daughter Anna.
Bailey joined Renaissance Theaterworks in the summer of 2017. Her Stage Manager credits include PHOTOGRAPH 51, ANNIE JUMP AND THE LIBRARY OF HEAVEN as well as three Br!NK New Play Festivals with RTW, and Young Playwrights Festival 2017 with Milwaukee Chamber Theater. Assistant Stage Manager credits include RUSSIAN TRANSPORT and TOP GIRLS (RTW) and THE FEW (MCT). Bailey has also enjoyed Stage Managing for Kohl's Wild Theater and Interim Production Managing with MCT. She has completed a practicum with Theatre Bonn, Germany and holds a BFA in Theatre from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
Dana holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theater from Drake University and a Master of Science in Nonprofit Management and Leadership from University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. Prior to joining RTW in January 2018, Dana served as the Grants and Communications Coordinator for The Women's Center in Waukesha. She loves exploring Milwaukee with her husband, Corey, and son, Micah.
Chief Therapy Officer
Dog Peter Hunsdorfer joined the RTW team in 2014, after his theatrical debut in former Artistic Associate, Mallory Metoxen's production of The effect of gamma rays on man-in-the-moon marigolds with Splinter Group. Dog prides himself in being an expert stress reliever and professional fur-shedder. Some of his favorite past-times are, "dropping raisins" in the office, chewing chords, licking salt off of shoes, hiding in tiny spaces, playing scarf game for visitors, eating carrots, and binky-ing in the "forbidden" RTW Room of Requirement. When not hopping about the office, Dog can be found in his "office" laying in mermaid pose inside his purple tube. In addition to his duties as Chief Therapy Officer, Dog is currently working on launching his own instagram page. #DogTheBunny You may also check out Dog's activities every Tuesday on Social Media. #TuesdaysWithDog
Renaissance Theaterworks is supported in part by a grant from
the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin
and the National Endowment of the Arts.
Renaissance Theaterworks is supported in part by a grant from the Wisconsin Arts Board
with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment of the Arts.