Sarah is a director, producer, and actor. Her work has been seen both around the country (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Fresno, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Maine & Alaska) and around the world (Scotland, Australia, England, Ireland). Select New York credits include: Playwrights Horizons, Theatre Communications Group (TCG), LAByrinth Theater Company, Disney Theatrical Productions, Working Theater, BAMA Theatre Company, The Flea Theater, Primitive Grace (with Paul Calderon and David Zayas), The Gallery Players. She has an MFA in Directing from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a BA in Theatre from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. She is the former Artistic Director of Access Theater and a former Associate Producer for the Broadway producing company, Bisno Productions. She is a volunteer with i-Mentor and serves on The Artist Co-op Artistic Advisory Board. Proud member of SDC and AEA. For more information, please visit her website:


For NLTPI Wanna Fuck Like Romeo and Juliet (Producer), Everything is Super Great (Director)The Great Novel (Director), Imagining Madoff (Producer), The American Tradition (Producer), Life x 3 (Producer), Hitler's Tasters (Director), Meaningful Conversation (Producer), Less Than 50% (Producer), The Property (Producer), the hollower (Producer) Hal & Bee (Director), Deception (Director; Spotlight Series, staged reading), The Happy Family (Producer; Spotlight Series, staged reading); Invention (Director; Spotlight Series, workshop production), Time Stands Still (Producer), Breeders (Producer), Still Dance the Stars (Director), Omega Kids (Producer), Sight Unseen (Producer), A Burial Place (Producer), Two of Us (Director), Strange Country (Producer), Monte Cristo (Producer), In the Soundless Awe (Director), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Titania/Theseus), REX (Director), No One Loves Us Here (Producer, Associate Director), SIDD (Ensemble), Picture Ourselves in Latvia (Director), London Calling or The British Are Coming! (Producer), Apartment Play (Amanda), T.V. TIME! (Producer), The Oedipus Project (Adaptor/Director), The Mountain King – part of the e-merging Artist Festival (Deb), Frisky & the Panda Man (Director), A Short History of the Weather (Aloe Vera).

"Under Sarah Norris’s tender direction, the inaction unfolds in lovingly rendered, beautifully acted, mostly two-person scenes that demand you lean in as these ordinary folks try awkwardly to connect during the holidays."
- Raven Snook, TimeOut New York, Critics' Pick (Everything Is Super Great, 2019)
"Directed with real style and feeling by Sarah Norris." 
- Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman (Hitler's Tasters, Edinburgh Fringe, 2019)
"Sarah Norris’ production is one of precision." 
- Natasha Tripney, The Stage (Hitler's Tasters, Edinburgh Fringe, 2019)
"The stand out element which takes Hitler’s Tasters and ascends it to a higher level, for me, is the direction...A masterclass in how understated, intelligent direction and allowing your actors to indulge themselves in their characters can create a truly magnificent performance." 
- Craig Unadkat, Theatre Weekly (Hitler's Tasters, Edinburgh Fringe, 2019)
"Norris has captured all the ambiguity and humanity of living under a fascist regime
under her careful touch."
- Hannah Hobson, A Younger Theatre (Hitler's Tasters, Edinburgh Fringe, 2019)
"Sarah Norris’ direction is music on stage.” 
- Holli Harms, Front Row Center (Hitler's Tasters, 2018)
"Director Sarah Norris’ vision has created a sophisticated, visually lush, emotionally satisfying piece of storytelling magic. Her skilled directorial hand is in evidence in every perfectly crafted moment of this very compelling production." 
- Jacquelyn Claire, NY Theatre Guide (In The Soundless Awe, 2015)
"With a stellar cast and excellent staging, this entertaining dark comedy is very thought provoking and has a broad audience appeal." 
- Marina Kennedy, Broadway World (Hal & Bee, 2018)
by Zach Calhoon

Check out a great interview with our AD, Sarah Norris.

 Artistic Director, Sarah Norris, hanging out and chatting indie theater with Maria Paz Alegre and Ray Yamanouchi - the dream team behind RE: theatre



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