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Sari Karmin

(Assistant Director) was born in Toronto, CA, grew up in Shaker Heights, OH, and currently resides in the East Village.  She is a performer, director, and all around theater lover. Sari is a graduate of Skidmore College and the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Center in Waterford, CT.  She has trained with Anne Bogart and the SITI Company during their summer intensive training program and also attended the Williamstown Theater Festival in the summer of 2002. As an actor, Sari has performed in numerous productions at Skidmore College and in New York City. She was a member of the Bat Theater Company at the Flea Theater and has also appeared at the American place Theater and the New Perspectives Theater, among others. As a director, Sari has directed several shows at Skidmore College, including the US and collegiate premier of The Other Shoe by Gao Xingjian. Additionally, she directed pieces by Maria Irene Fornes and produced, conceived and performed in her original work, Suspended Animation.  In 2005, Sari was the resident assistant director for the Chautauqua Theater Company in Chautauqua, NY where she had the pleasure of working with Ethan McSweeney, Vivienne Benesch, and Mark Nelson, among others. Recently she assisted Michael Ray Escamilla on the New York premiere of Throat at the 45th St Theater.  In New York, she has also worked at PS 122, The Ohio Theater, and New York Theater Workshop. Sari believes in the multi-faceted theater artist and that performance and production should be a collaborative experience.

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