Suzy Wilde is a Canadian songwriter, arranger and musical theatre composer based in Toronto. Wilde grew up on stages across Canada, singing with her mother, cabaret singer- songwriter Nancy White. She studied musical theatre at Wexford School for the Arts and jazz, arranging and composition at Humber College and York University. Wilde has written scores to a number of musicals including: (with Barbara Johnston) Be Kind, Rewind ( Randolph Academy) and Maddy’s Karaoke Birthday Party ( Toronto Fringe), (with librettist Matt Bernard) Crack of Doom (Bravo Academy, Yellow Door Theatre), and (with Anika Johnson and Barbara Johnston) Toronto Fringe hit Summerland (Originally commissioned by Wexford School for the Arts). Wilde is a member of Spectrum Composers Collective and has composed and arranged for Musicata Hamilton’s Voices, Regent Park’s “The Journey” project, Musical Stage’s Make Me a Song initiative, Sheridan College, Guelph Youth Choir, The Wexford Gleeks, and Kingston’s Salon Theatre. Wilde has participated in a number of writing workshops including NYU’s Steinhardt Songwriting Workshop, Songwriting at Humber with Rik Emmet and Musical Stage’s Noteworthy. In her spare time she tours and records with her country-folk band, Dirty Dishes and portrays “Posh Spice” in Wannabe: A Spice Girls Tribute.