Sara wore many hats as the Set, Lighting & Props Designer for PAC’s virtual reading of Alice Childress’s TROUBLE IN MIND.
Sara Outing is a scenic designer, fabricator, and puppeteer from Chapel Hill, NC. Recent and favorite scenic work includes CLICK (Simpatico Theatre), THE COLOR PURPLE and 2.5 MINUTE RIDE (Theatre Horizon), MARCUS/EMMA (InterAct Theatre Company), HOW WE GOT ON (Azuka Theatre, Barrymore nominated), and projects with The Greenfield Collective, Tiny Dynamite, and Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers, and the National Constitution Center. Props and puppets have been featured by The Bearded Ladies Cabaret, EgoPo Classic Theatre, Lantern Theater Company, Orbiter 3, and Act II Playhouse, Hedgerow Theatre, and The Renegade Company, and the University of Pennsylvania. Sara is an alumna of the apprenticeship program at InterAct Theatre Company and of the University of Pennsylvania, where she also serves as an advisor and coordinator for the student performing arts.
What interests Sara most about this play and her role within this production?
“Theatremakers have been hard at work exploring, defining, and pushing the boundaries of this new remote craft since the beginning of the pandemic. I feel up to the challenge of building upon what I've watched, heard, and learned. Hopefully the images we make here will contribute to that forward momentum!”
PAC'S virtual reading for Alice Childress's TROUBLE IN MIND
on Saturday, October 24th @ 7pm
FREE to attend; ALL donations benefit BLM Philly
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