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Susan Clement Farrar

Susan Clement Farrar, American choreographer, performing company executive, writer. Recipient Children's Book Council award, 1984, International Young Readers award, 1984, West Australian Young Readers award, 1984, Maine Book Mark award, 1984.

Background

  • Farrar, Susan Clement was born on November 10, 1917 in Billerica, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Joseph Anthony Clement and Emily Potsus.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Theater and Science, University Maine, 1999. Student, Kings College, London, 1999.

    Career

    • Director, choreographer Spring St. Dance Theater, Bethel, Maine, 1957—2001.

    Works

    • Samantha on Stage
    • Eleven-year-old Samantha has always been the best in her ballet class, but when she sees the new Russian girl dance she begins to wonder who would get the coveted lead in the school's production of the Nutcracker ballet.
    • Author: Samantha on Stage, 1980, Emily and Her Cavalier, 1984, Broken Promises, 2002, short stories.

    Connections

    • Children: Michelle, Douglas, Lisa, Paul.
    • father: Joseph Anthony Clement
    • mother: Emily Potsus
    • children: Michelle Farrar
    • Douglas Farrar
    • Lisa Farrar
    • Paul Farrar
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    Nationality
    • 1999
      University Maine
    • 1999
      Kings College
    • 1957 - 2001
      Director
      Bethel, Connecticut, United States