Sara C Walsh


Sara C Walsh (Production Designer) Regional Theatre: The Magician’s Daughter at Geva Theatre Center; JORDAN at Northern Stage; Song of a Convalescent Ayn Rand Giving Thanks to the Godhead at American Repertory Theater and Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater; and temping at the 53rd New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center, The Future of Storytelling Festival, and American Repertory Theater. Off-Broadway: The Gentleman Caller at Cherry Lane (Abingdon Theatre Company); The Pipeline Festival at The McGinn/Cazale Theatre (WP Theater); Hasan Minhaj’s Homecoming King at the Cherry Lane Theatre; Colin Quinn’s The New York Story at the Cherry Lane Theatre; A Beautiful Day In November on the Banks of the Greatest of Great Lakes at MTC Stage II (WP Theater); The Tempest at Classic Stage Company; and Evanston: A Rare Comedy at PS 122 and HERE Arts Center. Additional Credits: Obie Award for Faye Driscoll’s 837 Venice Blvd. Head of Design for Queen of the Night: a giant immersive Circus/Nightclub/Dinner experience in the basement of the Paramount Hotel in Times Square. Walsh is a member of Wolf 359, visiting Professor at Hamilton College, and former Mohr Visiting Artist at Stanford University. For more information, please visit