co-founder, creative director, performer
In 2004, Sara co-founded Really Inventive Stuff. In 2007, she made her solo orchestra debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra.
In the 16-17 season, Sara makes her debuts with the Seattle Symphony (The Toy Symphony and Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham) and the Imperial Symphony Orchestra (Dvorak's New World). She also returns to the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (The Story of Babar) and Richmond Symphony Orchestra (Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra).
As a member of Really Inventive Stuff, Sara has performed family concerts with orchestras around North America, including Philadelphia, Saint Louis, Winnipeg, Kansas City, Richmond, Rochester, Annapolis, Charlotte, New Haven, Portland (Maine), Princeton, Symphony in C, Richmond, Richardson, Harrisburg, Texarkana and Tulane University. In 2014, she made her international debut with the Singapore Symphony as narrator for Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, appearing as Ms. Symphonia Semi d’Quaver - a renowned British “orchestra-ologist” and ardent fan of Henry Purcell.
Her orchestra performances also include Beyond the Score presentations with the The Philadelphia Orchestra (Elgar’s The Enigmas Variations and Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony) and the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra (Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony).
Regional theater credits include Philadelphia’s Arden Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Resident Ensemble Players, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, and the Shakespeare festivals of North Carolina, Philadelphia, Colorado, and Maine.
Sara is a full-time Guest Lecturer in the Department of Theatre at the University of Southern Maine, and continues to develop family programming for orchestras as co-founder and creative director of ReallyInventiveStuff.com. She is a graduate of Ithaca College and the Professional Theatre Training Program (PTTP) at the University of Delaware.