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Suzanne LaRusch

Theater Interview: Lucy, We’re Home With Performer Suzanne LaRusch

Suzanne LaRusch in An Evening with Lucille Ball

CHICAGO – Suzanne LaRusch knows that it takes more than novelty to tell a good story. Or in the comedienne’s case, more than a healthy wollop of Vitameatavegamin. LaRusch, a seasoned impressionist, has teamed with Lucie Arnaz in the development of “An Evening with Lucille Ball: Thank You For Asking”, a solo endeavor that explores both the public celebrity and closed-door trials of the original Queen of Comedy.

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