Bio

  • Posted on: February 12, 2014
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Alex Suha’s training began at the Second City and the Improv Olympic theaters in 1999. It continued at the University of Iowa, and then at the London International School of Performing Arts. In 2006, he earned the distinction of being the “First Stage Manager to Survive a Rouge Show Without Crying,” from the Rouge Artist’s Ensemble of Los Angeles. He is a founding company member of Ralph Hall’s Iowa Tent Theatre Project. He created the role of Dufus in Magical Night with James Conlon and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Ravinia festival. He has devised with Anisa George and Penn Dixie’s The Seer, selected for “pick of the fringe,” and nominated for The Stage’s “Best Ensemble” in Edinburgh in 2013, with Up and Down Theatre of Santa Fe whose production of LUCY made its premiere at Dixon Place in NYC, and with Sky Candy of Austin, Tx. His clown show, “Do Not Push!” has played in London, Philadelphia, Chicago, Portland and Bilbao. He has recently played the Hollywood Fringe with ARTEL, and toured the US with Cirque Legacy, as the lead clown. Alex’s theater company, ROOK, has featured twice in Son of Semele’s festivals and been counted among Stage Raw’s “5 Times LA Theater was Bold in 2015” A teacher of acting, clown, directing and devising, he has held class at the Second City, Columbia College, The Clown School (Los Angeles), Aloft Circus Arts, and in his own workshops in many cities throughout the USA and Europe.

BA-University of Iowa, MFA- Naropa University / London International School of Performing Arts.