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To develop and produce socially relevant theatre from a unique perspective that promotes community dialogue


Suzanne Willett, President

Suzanne’s credits include: The Joey Reynold’s Show; The Thom Hartman Show; Fox’s “Good Day Tampa Bay”; and NBC’s “Daytime”. She contributed to NPR’s “Take Two” series. Print credits include: Washington Post; Miami Herald; Seattle Times; New York Daily News; Chicago Tribune; Cincinnati Post; Houston Chronicle; Augusta Chronicle; Tulsa World; Desert Morning News; Tallahassee Democrat; Buffalo News; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; South Florida Sun-Sentinel. She won the Talent of Tampa Bay and was a finalist at California’s Funniest Female contest. She opened for Billy Gardell, Basile and JJ Walker. Professional credits include: Winner–Talent of Tampa Bay and Finalist–California’s Funniest Female.

Mark Pinals, Vice President

Dr. Pinals has served on the board as Vice President for the Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring. Mark is honored to be a part of this foundation. Thank you to Silverglass productions for bringing this important work to the stage. Special thanks to Suzanne who has nurtured Maria’s Song from a simple idea, to the moving, earnest and relevant piece we are presenting today.


David Zuniga, Director

David is an actuary for Aetna living in New York City. He attained his Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries in 2013, and has 10 years of experience working in the health insurance industry. He previously graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2008 with a B.S. in Actuarial Mathematics. David is an avid sports fan and enjoys karaoke.

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