Suzanne Maynard Miller's plays include Young Love; Flirting With the Deep End (Dramatic Publishing); Beatrice; The Handwriting, the Soup and the Hats; and Abigail's Atlas. Her work has been seen in New York City; Los Angeles; Seattle; Providence, N.Y.; New Haven, Conn; and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Current projects include a musical stage adaptation of Leo Lionni's Frederick with composers Sarah Durkee and Paul Jacobs (The Rose Theater, Omaha, Neb., April 2014; Chicago Children's Theatre, October to November 2014), the musical stage adaptation of the popular children's book series Pete the Cat (commissioned by The Rose Theater, September 2015), and the new play No Place for a Man. Previously, Miller developed the musical Kissing Frogs at Bridge 2 Broadway in July 2013. Miller is on the faculty of the English department at the New York City College of Technology/CUNY. In the past, she has taught writing and theatre courses at Brown University, the Rhode Island School of Design, and Hunter College/CUNY. In addition, Miller has been an artist-in-residence in the Seattle, Providence and New York City public schools and in the adult correctional institution in Rhode Island. After graduating from University of Pennsylvania, Miller went on to receive her MFA in playwriting from Brown University, where she studied with Paula Vogel, Charles Mee, Aishah Rahman and Mac Wellman. Miller was an original company member of Annex Theatre in Seattle and a founding member of the Seattle Playwrights Alliance.