Suzy Wrong is a theatre critic and blogger for the Sydney main stage and independent scenes, publishing at Suzy Goes See with an annual website traffic of 50,000 visitors and over 100,000 views, and also at the Europe-based www.auditoriummag.co.uk, where statistics reside at 350,000 views per annum.
Suzy is the industry’s most prolific critic, providing coverage for approximately 200 productions each year. Since 2013, she has established herself as the most in-demand theatre critic, receiving review requests from virtually every venue in Sydney, whether promoting a capacity of 10 or 2,500 seats. She sits on the selection panel of the Sydney Theatre Awards.
Having commenced a career in performance in the early 1992 with the Singapore Armed Forces Music & Drama Company, where she had received formal training and intensive stage experience all over Singapore and in neighbouring countries, culminating in a “Best Performance of the Year” Life Theatre Award (the only national awards of the kind) for the play PURPLE in 1998, Suzy Wrong’s depth of understanding for showbusiness is seldom paralleled.
Upon moving to Sydney to undertake a Theatre & Film Studies degree at the University of New South Wales, her focus then switched to studying the artistic ecology of this city. With three years in the Blue Mountains region as a gallerist, another three years in the child talent industry, and then six years in commercial publishing, where she cut her teeth in the corporate world of audience numbers and advertising revenue.