Zut Suit Riot

Hi, I'm Natalie Zutter! I'm a playwright, entertainment blogger, and aspiring comic book writer living in New York City. Since graduating from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, I'm trying to figure out how to apply that same interdisciplinary format to my post-college life in the arts world.

I've had several productions through NYU; check out my resumé and photos/video of my plays above.

I'm the Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comics, YA, Romance, and Children's Editor at Bookish. Previously, my writing has appeared on Crushable, Tor.com, BlackBook, Ology, and AFK On Air.

I'm also the co-creator of the webcomic Leftovers, about a ragtag food truck helping survivors of the zombie apocalypse.
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It’s here! Choose Your Own Adventure erotica, part deux. Gonna start reading this bad boy (girl?) at 6:01 p.m.

I’ve always been a fan of Tokidoki, but @personalgenius and @popecorkytheix got me to actually bite the bullet with this cactus pup and (pirate!) cactus cat.

HIMYM & First/Last Appearances

Reblogging because it’s a wonderful GIF set, not because I support any of this.

crisshastings:

Ellie grows up and slaps the shit out of Ted’s kids for putting their dad back with Robin before she could get her dad back with Robin.

Need this to happen.

riverdoge:

Man this series makes no fucking sense

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emilianadarling:

Sometimes I don’t think tumblr appreciates Buffy and her affinity for terrible puns enough. 

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jadenite:

So this post

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was too awesome and I thought it deserved a drawing inspired by it. 

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Kissing on stage is both real and not real. Like urinating on stage, you sort of have to do it, there is a physical reality to the act, but the context renders the action fake. The actor’s body, one presumes, is flooded with all sorts of hormones while kissing on stage, but some attachment to reality keeps actors from falling in love with each other. (Except for when they do fall in love.)

Most plays I’ve written have some kissing in them. And when I come to work, sit behind a table, and watch people kiss for a job, knowing that the actors have also come to work, and are now kissing for a job… well, over the years, I’ve thought: how strange. And so I wanted to write a play about the phenomenon of kissing on stage.