Sara Katzoff

Sara Katzoff

Music & Theatre

MFA, Boston University
BA, Bard College at Simon’s Rock

Sara Katzoff

Personal website

Sara Katzoff (She/her) is a theater maker, creative process facilitator and director who specializes in new work development, ensemble generated performance and collaborating with artists and communities who reflect a multiverse of voices, bodies and approaches to storytelling.

Recent directing/devising projects include ...And Jesus Moonwalks the Mississippi by Marcus Gardley (Booth Theater); Alexis Scheer's Laughs In Spanish (Boston Playwrights Theater); Particularly in the Heartland (The Foundry); PASSAGE (Kickwheel Ensemble Theater); The Waypoint (MASS MoCA), Facing Our Truth (Colonial Theatre); The Motherf**ker With the Hat (Mass College of Liberal Arts); The Clean House, Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage and The Lathe of Heaven (Boston University)

Sara is the co-producing artistic director of Bazaar Productions/The Berkshire Fringe and has collaborated with WAM Theater, Barrington Stage Company, Rattler Productions and The Foundry.

She holds an MFA in directing from Boston University, a BA in performance studies from Bard College at Simon’s Rock and is a graduate of Dell'Arte International. Recently, she has had the privilege of continuing her ongoing learning with Sojourn Theater & the Institute for Performance and Civic Practice, The Black Acting Methods Studio, Nicole Brewer/Anti-Racist Theater and Theatrical Intimacy Educators. She is delighted to be returning to UAlbany after serving as guest director for The Exonerated in 2016.