PLAYWRIGHT, TEACHING ARTIST

SARAH GREENMAN

 
 

Sarah Greenman (she/her) is a playwright, painter, actor, and advocate for women in the arts. As an artist and community organizer, Sarah’s work is joyful, inclusive, strategic, and fiercely focused on collective liberation.

She holds a BA in Creative Writing with a Women's Studies emphasis from Mills College where she was awarded the Gertrude Hung Chan Playwrighting Prize for her original play LENI and the June Jordan Prize for Poetry. Sarah's plays have been produced in New York, Oakland CA, Berkeley CA, Portland OR, Santa Maria CA, and Seattle WA.

Sarah is also a graduate of the Pacific Conservatory Theater (PCPA) where she most recently served as interim Director of Outreach and Education.

Regional acting credits include the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Stolen Shakespeare, Strawberry Theater Workshop, Insight Out Theater Collective and six seasons at PCPA Theaterfest.

Sarah is the Operations Director for StateraArts, a national nonprofit that takes positive action to bring women into full and equal participation in the arts. Sarah oversees Statera's program development, website maintenance, newsletter, social media presence, and public relations. She also brings a skill-set that includes facilitation, education and engagement, grant writing, fundraising, graphic design, illustration, organizational communication, and creative writing.

Originally from California, Sarah now resides in Halfway, Oregon with her partner Jack Greenman and their two sons Walker and Charlie. Charlie lives with a host of special needs that stem from pediatric stroke and Craniosynostosis. Sarah writes about Charlie’s journey HERE.

Sarah is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America.

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