The Internet Theater Magazine of Reviews, Features,
A CurtainUp Review
DC critic Susan Davidson
Susan Davidson was born in a trunk — not literally, but her father, who was English ran a theatre and wrote plays. Her mother, who did things in fashion, was a refugee from Vienna, Austria. They met, married and had Susan in England.
As Arts Editor of Washingtonian magazine -- a job she recently left -- Susan wrote a 5- to 7-page column monthly on theatres, museums, music and dance in Washington, D.C., where she lives. She also wrote online theater reviews for the magazine's website. Her freelance pieceshave been published in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Jewish Week, Preservation Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, Savvy Traveler, Stagebill and O the Oprah Magazine. One of her travel articles "Chewton Glen," was a finalist for VisitBritain's 2006 Annual Travel Journalism Award and another piece," Cezanne's Big Show,"," was a Dateline Award finalist.
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