Sarah has worked with theatrical companies all over the United States including Yale Repertory Theater, CT, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, OR, Victory Gardens Theater, IL, Drury Lane at Oakbrook, IL, Long Wharf Theater, CT, Portland Center Stage, OR, Theater for a New Audience, NYC, Playmakers Repertory Company, NC, Syracuse Stage, NY, Stonington Opera House, ME, Asolo Repertory Theater, FL, Hangar Theater, NY and Women’s Theater Project, NYC. Sarah holds a B.F.A. from Syracuse University, a M.A. from Cornell University and a M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama. She teaches sound design and music composition at Carnegie Mellon University.
Mark Tynan (Stage Manager)
Imagine being in a room full of artists, watching the birth of an idea, a movement given purpose, a sentence, phrase, scene, act given life. Then imagine that room translating to the stage with lighting, sound, costumes, scenery and props, then you can imagine what Mark’s job is like. Special thanks to the phenomenal PCS production assistants, Karen Hill and Stephen Gardner, who help keep the vision attainable. Prior to PCS, Mark toured nationally and internationally with musicals including Dreamgirls, The King and I with Rudolf Nureyev, How to Succeed…, Grand Hotel, The Phantom of the Opera and Rent. Other Portland credits include several summers with The Broadway Rose Theatre Company in Tigard. Regional credits include The Alley Theatre (Houston, TX), La Jolla Playhouse (La Jolla, CA) and Casa Mañana Theatre (Fort Worth, TX).
Karen Hill (Production Assistant)
Karen is excited to be back at PCS, most recently coming from The Fiddler on the Roof. Last year she worked on Santaland Diaries and I Love to Eat at PCS. She has recently worked at Oregon Children’s Theatre, Third Rail Repertory Theatre and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She has a B.F.A. in Stage Management from Southern Oregon University and is thankful every day that she gets to do what she loves. Much love to her parents and her husband, Mike, for their never-ending support and enthusiasm.