Sarah Murphy

Sarah Murphy Originally from Rochester, New York, Sarah Murphy is a recent transplant to the Washington DC area, where she has eagerly dived into the local theatre community. A graduate of The College at Brockport, Sarah holds a Master of Public Administration degree in nonprofit and arts management. Her particular passion is the role theatre can play in examining and addressing issues of social injustice. She previously worked as the Communications Director for a national historic house museum and currently holds a position in higher education administration. Sarah is thrilled to be joining the BroadwayWorld DC team!




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BWW Feature: Solas Nua's THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS PROJECT at The Yards MarinaBWW Feature: Solas Nua's THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS PROJECT at The Yards Marina
Posted: May. 3, 2018


BWW Review: AN ILIAD at Atlas Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: AN ILIAD at Atlas Performing Arts Center
Posted: Jun. 4, 2018


BWW Review: AN ILIAD at Atlas Performing Arts CenterBWW Review: AN ILIAD at Atlas Performing Arts Center
June 4, 2018

An Iliad is not the epic poem you remember from your freshman Western lit class. This Iliad, written by Lisa Peterson and Denis O'Hare and directed by Tony Award-nominated producer Conor Bagley, is an urgent reminder that war, violence, and especially rage are ever present in our world.

BWW Feature: Solas Nua's THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS PROJECT at The Yards MarinaBWW Feature: Solas Nua's THE FREDERICK DOUGLASS PROJECT at The Yards Marina
May 3, 2018

Solas Nua, the DC-based organization bringing Irish contemporary arts state-side, has gone back two hundred years to find inspiration for its upcoming production, The Frederick Douglass Project. Commissioned to commemorate Douglass' bicentennial, the production explores the abolitionist and human rights leader's 1845 visit to Ireland.