A professor speaks to a group of students sitting in the film viewing room with black and white film on the screen over his shoulder.

Suzanne Delle, M.F.A.


  • M.F.A., Directing, Catholic University, 2006
  • M.A., Arts Administration, Goucher College, 2002
  • B.A., Theatre, Connecticut College, 1991


  • Certified, Moment Work Instructor, Tectonic Theatre Company, June 2018
  • Viewpoints Pedagogy & Practice with Wendell Beavers, online, January 2022
  • Theatrical Intimacy Education, Best Practices, Consent in the Acting Classroom, Trauma Informed Practices, online 2021
  • Anti-Racist Theatre, Nicole Brewer, online January 2021
  • Artist Mental Health Training, Bridget McCarthy, CTSS, CTRT, online 2022


  • Arts Administration
  • Devised Theatre
  • Acting
  • Directing
  • Intro to Theatre

Recent Publications

  • Performance Review Editor of the Texas Theatre Journal 2015-2022
  • The Palace Theatre: 100 Years of Performing Arts, published December 2014 by the Palace Theatre in Manchester, NH
  • "The Power of Imagination: the Fan Creation of Muggle Quidditch." Harry Potter & The Fandom, Lisa S Brenner, editor, (MacFarland, 2015).
  • "Every 28 Hours at York College of Pennsylvania: Discovering How the Past Influences the Present," Theatre Topics. Notes from the Field contribution, vol. 28, issue 2, July 2018
  • "Cloud Nine" drama exercise in How to Teach a Play: Essential Exercises for Popular Plays. Miriam Chirico and Kelly Younger, editors. Bloomsbury Press, January 2020

Recent Presentations

  • "Escape(ED): Experiential Learning in Virtual Spaces: Creating a Game for Healing," College English Association Conference, Birmingham, AL, April 2022
  • "Creating a Shakespeare Course During a Pandemic," Pandemic Pedagogy: Lessons Learned - Moving Forward, An International Conference, Mount St. Mary College, virtual, November 2021
  • Teaching Plagues across Time, Cultures, and Disciplines (A Panel Discussion)." 2021 Internal Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University (virtual), May 2021
  • "Educating Community through Theatrical Production: Bringing the Black Lives Matter Movement to a Conservative American College Town", Arts in Society Conference, Paris, France, June 2017
  • "Every 28 Hours Plays: Embodying #BlackLivesMatter on the College Campus" with others, Association for Theatre in Higher Education conference, Las Vegas, NV, August 2017


  • Chair, Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, Region 2, May 2022-present
  • York College of Pennsylvania: Vice President of Academic Senate, January 2021-present
  • Director, Ken Ludwig's Leading Ladies, Keystone Theatrics, Allenberry Playhouse, February 2020
  • Assistant Dramaturge with Mark Bly, MFA Playwrights' Workshop, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, July 2017
  • Director, Songs for a New World, PRiMA Theatre, Lancaster, PA, May 2018