SerahRose is an actress, director and educator. She has developed and taught innovative programs for all ages at New Repertory Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Yellow Taxi Productions, Boston Children’s Museum, and Chicago Children’s Museum. With GAN-e-meed: Played the title role in Hamlet, featuring an all-female cast; Directed Silence and Lucy Dreaming. Additional Directing Credits include Hamlet (Newton South and North High Schools), Electra (Newton South High School), Inherit the Wind & A Mid Summer Night’s Dream (Littleton High School). Acting Credits include the long-running improv spoof Frodo-A-Go-Go: The Rings Recycled (Directed by Robyn Okrant, author of Living Oprah) as All the Women including Aerosmith (The Free Associates), Hamlet as Ophelia (First Folio Shakespeare and The Theatre Co-op), George K. Goes to Work as Mysterious Janitor (Rough & Tumble Theatre Co.), Arcadia as Thomasina Coverly (Brandeis Theatre Company), and Fight! Return of the Jed-Pie as Multiple Combatants (Atlantis Playmakers). SerahRose is a consultant for the inclusion of theatre education in the early childhood classroom. She has presented her early childhood pedagogy at the National Association for the Education of the Young Child annual conference and Southern Early Childhood Education annual conference. She holds the great honor of spear-heading this theatrical adventure and looks forward with excitement to the seasons to come. You can follow her personal and professional exploits on her blog. SerahRose holds a BA in Theatre Arts from Brandeis University and an advanced certificate from Boston University’s Institute for Non-Profit Management and Leadership.
Name: SerahRose Roth
Lives in: North Amherst, Massachusetts
Occupation: Actor and Director
BU Institute for Non-Profit Leadership
Brandeis University (Waltham, MA)
Marymount London Drama Program