It’s a lazy long weekend here. I hope you are enjoying your Monday.
Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to Susan Chase who has submitted excerpts from her theatre movement piece called Susan’s Undoing.
In her own words:
Susan Chase is a unique artist; a ballerina-turned-actress who has used her performance skills to inspire others to tell their own stories. After 10 years as a drama therapist in a juvenile psychiatric hospital, Chase was challenged to put her theories to the test when she herself was diagnosed with breast cancer. Her response to the ordeal was to create a movement theater piece, Susan’s Undoing, which she has performed for general audiences, cancer support organizations, and hospitals. Susan’s Undoing has received wide acclaim from theater critics, cancer patients and medical professionals.
A nationally recognized actress, playwright and arts therapist, Chase has written numerous plays and articles, dealing with arts therapy approaches for diverse populations, including individuals with a variety of physical and cognitive challenges, as well as at-risk and incarcerated youth.
For more information about Susan Chase and her work in arts therapy and health/wellness, and to book or see a live performance of Susan’s Undoing, visit
or visit Susan’s Undoing on Facebook.