Artist in Residence: Sarah Krohn Play Reading and Talkback
October 2 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Join Artist-in-Residence Sarah Krohn and reading volunteers as they read excerpts from Sarah’s recent work. Following the reading there will be time for feedback regarding the play and Q&AREGISTER
During her BAC residency, Sarah Krohn will research and write TMI: A Play for Eight Actors and a High School Orchestra. Set in a contemporary high school, TMI builds on the tradition of theatrical farce, using stream-of-consciousness speech as the primary storytelling vehicle. The spaces in the play—physical, digital, psychological—are entirely constructed from language. The play considers how the immediacy and abundance of information in the digital era intersects with age-old human dilemmas.
Sarah Krohn is a New York City-based playwright and director who hails from the northwestern corner of Pennsylvania. For her first full-length play, Escape Velocity, she received a Tennessee Williams Scholarship at the 2021 Sewanee Writers’ Conference. Her directing credits include Veil’d by Monet Hurst-Mendoza (Women’s Project), Jenny Rachel Weiner’s Horse Girls (the cell), The Pits by Joshua Harmon (Williamstown Theater Festival), Letters to Guantanamo (New Georges/The Culture Project) and Victor Frange Presents Gas, which she co-conceived with Dan O’Neil (Incubator Arts). She has directed and developed work with numerous institutions including New Dramatists, Clubbed Thumb, New Georges, WP Theatre, The Playwright’s Realm, NYTW, Soho Rep, The Flea Theater, Williamstown Theater Festival, Dixon Place, JACK, Incubator Arts, The Builders Association, Boston Center for the Arts, New Repertory Theater, Yale, Fordham, Rutgers, and Columbia University. She is a past Time Warner Foundation Fellow at the Women’s Project; a Sagal Fellow at Williamstown Theater Festival; an Audrey Resident at New Georges; and a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Director’s Lab and the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab. From 2014 -18 she co-led the New Georges Jam writer/director group. She has an undergraduate degree from Columbia University in English and MFA in Directing from Carnegie Mellon, where she received the NYDAC / Henry Boettcher award.
Residencies and programs at Bethany Arts Community are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor’s office and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, Arts Westchester, and numerous individual donors.