Susan Miller is certainly not new to the New York stage scene. She’s a two-time Obie Award-winner and Guggenheim Playwriting Fellow. She’s known for her solo show “My Left Breast,” which has been performed across the United States, as well as a long list of plays at the Public Theatre, Second Stage, and Naked Angels, among many other well-known theaters. She also served as a consulting producer and writer on Showtime’s “The L Word” and ABC’s “Thirtysomething.” She won The Writer’s Guild of America Award for her web series “Anyone But Me” about teenagers coming of age.
Miller’s returning to the stage with “20th Century Blues,” a new play at the Pershing Square Signature Center. It’s about four women who met one night in jail 40 years ago. One of the women, a photographer, had taken a photo of the group and gets