ABOUT

"The magic has always emerged from the depth, power and sheer honesty of her unabashedly beautiful voice."

- Cliff Kasden , The Courier

"Susan Agin belts'em out with a voice perfectly suited for musical comedy."

- Lady Bunny, Time Out New York

"Agin continues to wow and amaze.  There's a buzz of anticipation in the industry."

- Norm Harris, The Timesledger

Susan Agin has the distinct honor of not only being an accomplished performer, but also a highly respected arts administrator. As such, she's a true "theatre professional," who understands and appreciates the challenges and triumphs both on the stage, and behind the scenes.

Susan is a member of Actor's Equity Association, and has received Cantorial Investiture from the Division of Sacred Music of The Rabbinical Academy in Woodmere, NY. She is known throughout the metropolitan area for her celebrated musical comedy style of performing, and can be seen performing in popular New York live music venues such as Feinstein’s 54 Below, 92nd Street Y, Saint Peter's Church, Don't Tell Mama's, The 45th Street Theater, as well as in regional theaters and community centers including Bay Street Theater, John W. Engeman Theater, Adelphi University, Temple Emanuel of Great Neck, and the Merrick Center for the Arts. She adds to her achievements “recording artist” for being granted the opportunity to record One Song written by multi-award winner Marvin Hamlisch, which Critics have have referred to as "the anthem for all people."

Susan Agin is currently the Executive & Artistic Director of the Queensborough Performing Arts Center in Bayside, NY.  She is committed to expanding public access to the arts for everyone, and for her work, has received a City Council Citation for exemplary service to the community, Citation of Honor from the Queens Borough President for outstanding work in the arts, Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, as well as having been recognized with a Proclamation by the City Council as an “Unsung Heroine” for her extraordinary accomplishments in the arts.

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