Sarah Andrews earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting in 2014. Since then, she has worked and lived in Portland. In 2013 she wrote, produced and directed an original adaptation of Life is a Dream and the children’s show Pearl and the Five-Headed Dragon in 2012. Since moving to Portland, she has worked with many theatre companies including Tears of Joy Theatre, Staged!, Post 5 Theatre, Imago Theatre, Lakewood Center for the Arts, Oregon Children's Theatre, defunkt theatre and is currently the resident prop designer at Milagro Theatre. Recently, she has directed Thom Pain (based on nothing) for Crave Theatre, a company she co-founded. She also works on community-based projects such as Buskers in the Burg in Ellensburg, WA and the Summer Solstice in Seattle, WA. When the opportunity arises, she tries to find ways to volunteer with theatre projects in prisons here in Oregon. She has also taught workshops on puppetry at the Kennedy Center Theatre Festival in Boise, ID. Sarah most recently directed From the Ruby Lounge at Steep and Thorny way to Heaven and is currently producing and directing Crossing with Crave Theate. This is Sarah's first show with Artists Rep and she looks forward to working with this company in the future.