Sarah is a multidisciplinary artist based in NYC. Her work has been seen around the country (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Fresno, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, all over New Jersey, Maine & Alaska) and around the world (Scotland, Australia, England, Ireland). Select NYC credits: Playwrights Horizons, Theatre Communications Group (TCG), LAByrinth, Disney Theatrical Productions, Working Theater, BAMA Theatre Company, The Flea Theater, Primitive Grace (Paul Calderon & David Zayas), The Gallery Players. She has an MFA in Directing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a BA in Theatre from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. She has had the privilege of serving as the Artistic Director of Access Theater, the Associate Producer of Bisno Productions (Broadway: Hughie starring Forest Whitaker), and serving on the Artistic Advisory Board of The Artist Co-Op. She is a volunteer with i-Mentor.
Meaningful collaborations include: This Wrestling Place (Ben Folds, producer, Emma Sandall), Saint Irene's (Manoli Kouremetis), War Words (Michelle Kholos Brooks), Everything is Super Great (Stephen Brown, TimeOut NY Critic's Pick), Lily (Chris Daftsios), Hitler's Tasters (Michelle Kholos Brooks, 'Best of Fringe' The Stage, Edinburgh), The Great Novel (Amina Henry), Mountain King (Michael Aguirre), Going South (Katya Stanislavskaya), Hal & Bee (Max Baker), Still Dance the Stars (Jayme McGhan), Two of Us (Ross Howard), In the Soundless Awe (Jayme McGhan, Andy Pederson), Picture Ourselves in Latvia (Ross Howard), Halftime at the Superbowl (Jerry Crawford), Freedom Deck (Oscar Limon), Sin City, parts 1 & 2 (Sean Clark), Arthur & Esther (Ross Howard), The Passing of Corky Brewster (Jerry Crawford), The Methuselah Tree (Jayme McGhan), Ragtown (Jayme McGhan)
Proud member of SDC and AEA.
Founding Artistic Director of New Light Theater Project.
"Director Sarah Norris’ vision has created a sophisticated, visually lush, emotionally satisfying piece of storytelling magic. Her skilled directorial hand is in evidence in every perfectly crafted moment of this very compelling production."
- Jacquelyn Claire, NY Theatre Guide
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