...is more than the razzle dazzle that can be achieved by a large costume and set budget. Having spent most of my life building theatrical experiences–from children's plays to Off-Broadway folk operas to the inventions of groups of non-actors in bare classrooms–I know that theatre's real magic is that it is the ultimate community builder, and it can happen anywhere. What might you transform if you didn't have to do it all by yourself? Reach out and let's see.
"Thank you will never fully express my gratitude for being your student over the past few months. I came into Acting one with a list of 'tools' I wanted to obtain from taking the class. Tools that would allow me be a better director for future community theatre projects. After 4 months and 3 Acting levels I have gained far more the acting/directing 'tools'.... I have gained some new life 'tools.'"
- Jessica S.,
"As an artist, Sarah is talented, inspired, and driven. In making theatre about social justice topics she pushes herself and others to make work that is necessary and compelling. Work that asks: Whose voices are being heard? Whose stories are being told? Who is telling them? She understands the power of storytelling and uses realism, symbolism and visual storytelling in ways that make audience’s think deeply about the issues at hand."
– Amy Burtaine, Former Director
Interactive Theatre Carolina