Sara C. Walsh

is a theatre artist living in Brooklyn. Her path to directing has been circuitous. Her directing debut was in 2001 with the Chicago premiere of Sarah Ruhl’s Orlando. After an incredibly successful production, she decided to pursue acting. She starred as Dot in Pegasus Players’ production of Sunday in the Park with George, garnering four Jeff Awards, including Best Production (Musical). She also studied at Second City Chicago, performing there and finishing the conservatory program in 2004. However in 2005, Sara left Chicago to study Scenic Design through NYU’s prestigious MFA program. Sara is a member of Faye Driscoll Dance Group, having designed There Is So Much Mad in Me (Dance Theatre Workshop), You’re Me (The Kitchen), and 837 Venice Blvd (HERE Arts Center) for which she received a “Bessie” Award in 2010. Other select designs: Confidence Man (Woodshed Collective) and Get Mad at Sin (The Chocolate Factory) which was a NY Times Critic's Pick and will show at the San Diego Museum of Art later this year.

Shows participated in:
When Half the Sphere is Visible (2011 - 12) Director