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Sara is a recent graduate of Mac Wellman's MFA playwriting program at Brooklyn College. She is a MacDowell Colony Fellow. Her plays have been performed at Little Theater at Dixon Place and The Bushwick Starr, The Player's Theater (with Gotham Stage Co.). Sara is co-founder of the theater company Fine Feathered Friends (with director Melissa Firlit). Fine Feathered Friends productions of her work include: The Rise and Fall of Miles and Milo (FringeNYC '07, Winner: Outstanding Playwriting), A Nasty Story (FringeNYC '08) and The Death of Evie Avery (Fringe '09, selected by TimeOut NY as "Must-See Shows of the Fringe.") Sara is honored be a part of The Great Plain Theater Conference.

That Stays There

That Stays There explores the relentlessness of mundanity through the eyes of two women, one trapped in her body, the other trapped in her mind. Gripped by formless fears and irrational phobias, 59-year-old Ann struggles to care for her elderly mother Sophie. Fighting off depression and the endlessness of her days, Ann decides that today is the day the two of them will finally venture out of the house and visit her family, who Ann has been afraid to face. The two never make it.