Interview: Sara Katzoff

Photo: Berkshire FringeSara Katzoff is the Co-Artistic Director of the Berkshire Fringe Festival. Her introduction to theatre came via Simon’s Rock College and a stint at the Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theater. She has toured nationally with Landis & Company, regionally with A Mixed Company, and along the Pacific coast with The Dell’Arte School. Some of her recent performance credits include My Children”¦ My Africa! (Rattler Productions) 900 Dreams (Spencertown Academy), Othello (Infamous Genius Theater Company), and Shotgun Wedding (Dell’Arte Company). In 2005, drawing inspiration from the Mad River Festival, she co-founded (with Timothy Ryan Olson and Peter Wise) the Berkshire Fringe Festival as a home for new works in the Berkshires.

Sara talks with us about the origins of the Festival, the role of serendipity in the creation of new programs, and a preview of plays to come this summer.

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One Response to “Interview: Sara Katzoff”

  1. KadmusArts Podcasts » Blog Archive » Sara Katzoff: Berkshire Fringe, Take 2
    July 2nd, 2012 00:11

    [...] this podcast we talk with festival co-founder Sara Katzoff about how the festival has changed since we last interviewed her in 2007, balancing the work of producing and creating art and the invaluable artist residencies [...]

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