Sarah Moon (PLAYWRIGHT) NYC Playwriting credits: END OF THE DOG DAYS (Players Theatre) TURTLES (Fresh Produce'd), TAURIS (The Wild Project), BLUE GROUND (SoHo Think Tank 6th Floor), CURRENT CHANGES IN EMPIRE (Dixon Place), BOB DYLAN IN THE BATHROOM (Gallery Players). Boston: TURTLES (Boston Actors Theatre), LOSING THE GAME (Brandeis University), I FELL ASLEEP IN THE PRESIDIO (Center for New Words), Washington D.C.: BLUFF STREET (Essential Theatre Company), THIN RED LINE (D.C. Fringe Fest). Awards include Harold and Mimi Steinberg Award for Best Original Play and Sustainable Practices Recognition Award from Cape Cod Community College. Sarah’s essay “Outside the Frame: Art as Channel for Direct Experience Toward Sustainable Transition” recently appeared in Issue 9 of the Center for Sustainable Practices in the Arts Quarterly. Sarah holds a BA in Theatre from the University of Puget Sound and an MFA in Playwriting from Brandeis University. Currently finishing a Marketing and Communications Apprenticeship at Hartford Stage, she will be entering the MA/PhD program in English Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Connecticut in Fall 2013.