Meet the team

Sarah Shin

Sarah Shin (Director) (she/her) is a Schwenksville-raised Boston-trained, Brooklyn-based Queer Korean American director theatre artist that believes theatre to be a celebration of life and its infinite and abundant possibilities. Sarah recently directed Marc Blitzstein’s The Cradle Will Rock (Concord Academy), Manuka by Jeesun Choi (Youngbloods @ Ensemble Studio Theatre), Final Contact by Alex Lin (Central Square Theater),  A Very Herrera Holiday by Alexis Scheer at New Repertory Theater, The First Pineapple And Other Folktales by Micah Rosegrant (Central Square Theater). She also took part in other projects such as Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare & Company), The (Diana) Oh Family Concert (Zanni Productions/PBS All Arts), Endlings (NYTW), Moby Dick (ART), Amputees (Boston University), Twelfth Night (Catskill Mountain Shakespeare) and MY H8 Letter 2 The Gr8 American Theatre by Diana Oh.  Select performing credits include The Gift Project Documentary Series & Concert (All For One Theater/Zanni Productions/PBS All Arts), Specially Processed American Me (BRICLab, Ping Chong & Co./Dixon Place/Free Rein Projects), The Three Musketeers (Greater Boston Stage Co./Front Porch Arts Collective), Something Else: A Love Cycle, Runaways, and Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage (BU). In addition to co-founding Asian American Theatre Artists of Boston (AATAB), Sarah serves on the Steering Committee of API Arts Network and the Board of StageSource. In New York, she held a virtual residency at Asian American Arts Alliance, served as an Artistic Collective Member with the National Queer Theatre, and most recently, a Cohort 4 Member of Roundabout Directors Group. She’s passionate about equitable and inclusive representation, community and family, music, and sharing love and food in all ways possible. BFA Theatre Arts Boston University IG: @shinnysarah