Full Spectrum Theatre Company is committed to broadening perceptions of who looks and sounds American by normalizing racially diverse casting. Our productions focus on universal themes, set in today's America, with no featured ethnic references. By presenting modern American stories with an integrated cast, we bring characters to life who are relatable through the common experiences of family dynamics, friendship, and growing pains, thus highlighting our connections beyond the surface of race, ethnicity and accents.
Suzie Cho is a producer whose credits include the development of the original New York premiere of Murder in the First (winner of two Innovative Theatre Awards) with Invictus Theater Company, and was lead producer of The Baby Dance with Invictus-Pub Theatre Company. When she's not producing or acting, she works as a diversity trainer with the Anti-Defamation League.
Her acting credits span across film, television and stage, including Law and Order, Inside Amy Schumer, The Detour, Spike Lee's 25th Hour, as well as national commercials. She played the principal role of "Wanda" in The Baby Dance with Invictus-Pub Theatre Company. She's a former member of 68 Cent Crew Theatre Company, where she played the role of "Denise" in How Many Likes and the role of "Linda Wallace" in The Sock Who Lost Her Way. For two years, she managed and was a player on the improv comedy team Fly By Night. Her union affiliations include Actors Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
Ashley's career began in British Columbia Canada where she was a well known performer and producer in the Vancouver performing arts scene. In Vancouver, Ashley was Artistic Director of Enlightenment Theatre for which she developed & produced Ian Kluge's Homage to Kurt Schwitters and George F Walker's Zastrozzi: Master of Discipline sponsored by Esso & CTV. She was also an instructor and research assistant for Theatre Terrific, one of the few companies in the world dedicated to providing performance opportunities to artists of all abilities & in the rigorous creation of provocative theatre. In NYC, she is a co-founding member of Secondhand Theatre Co which devises new & innovative works on both stage & screen.
Notable stage credits include the National Tour of Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps (Female Lead, u/s), Celeste Romano in Western Canada's longest running production Tony n Tina's Wedding for Hoarse Raven Theatre, both Cabaret (Fraulein Kost) and Lend Me a Tenor (Maria Merelli) at Playhouse on Park, for which she received two nominations for Best Featured Actress on BroadwayWorld.com. In NYC, she has performed with Secondhand Theatre, Racoco Productions, M.A.D Air, Monarch Theatre, Altruistic Theatre, TNC and The Circus Warehouse in the development of new & experimental works in Dance, Movement & Theatre.
Ashley is proud to have played the role of Izzy in Full Spectrum Theatre's successful, NYC revival of Rabbit Hole.